DETAILED WEATHER FORECAST
As we go through the night we are going to have the chance of seeing some thunderstorms. Unlikely we are going to see severe weather, but there is a chance we might have a storm that can meet the criteria. If we do see a severe storm the main threats would be hail and high winds. Make sure you stay weather aware tonight even though the risk is low. Low 60 Rain: 30% Wind: SW 5-15
The shortwave moving across MS & AL tonight will have shifted to the east, and in turn decreases the chance for some thunderstorms. Instead of being near the slight risk, tomorrow's threat will only be marginal, due to a lack of atmospheric dynamics. Tomorrow will be warm and we will have the chance of seeing an afternoon pop up thunderstorm. High 80° Rain: 30%
The further we progress into the night, the less likely it will be for seeing pop up thunderstorms. Rain chances will also fall off during the overnight hours. Low: 60° Rain: 20%
The warming trend continues as we move towards weeks end thanks to the diminished presence of clouds and rainfall Thursday and Friday. Highs will be near the mid 80s. A cold front will be moving through early Saturday, no major precipitation is expected with this system its main function will be to cool off temperatures for the weekend. Highs will be back to average both Saturday and Sunday.
Along the Coast
Always check conditions before going into the water.
On Wednesday - Possible PM Thunderstorms
Rip Current Risk: Moderate
Wind: SW 15 kts Seas: 2 ft Bays: Light to Mod Chop
UV: 8 Water Temp: 65°
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