ANOTHER ACTIVE EVENING: Doppler 12 StormVision is busy, yet again. Active thunderstorms are roaming around the state; some of them are quite intense. Lightning is the main issue, but some storms will be capable of producing gusty wind and perhaps some isolated small hail. The storms will continue through 8 or 9pm, then gradually begin to diminish.
FEWER STORMS TOMORROW: Tomorrow morning will bring warm, muggy conditions and some patchy fog. The fog goes away quickly, no later than 10am, and the sun will come out. Unlike the past few days, though, the atmosphere's ability to produce storms isn't quite as high. So, we'll still dodge a few raindrops, but the coverage of that rain will not be as high.
WEEKEND PREVIEW: Hotter and generally drier conditions headline the forecast for Saturday and Sunday. The coverage of afternoon storms will stay low, around 20-30%. Temperatures will not be low; we're projecting high temperatures in the vicinity of 90 degrees on both weekend days. If you're beach bound, the weather looks good along the Alabama/Florida coast. We'll see highs in the mid 80s along the immediate coast, with only a small chance of a passing shower or storm.
-Josh Johnson, Doppler 12 StormVision Meteorologist
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