Humidity Sparks More Homegrown Thunderstorms

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Humidity Sparks More Homegrown Thunderstorms

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MOBILE, Alabama -

The rain never stops for long in the type of weather pattern we are in. With a full dose of humidity, it doesn't take long for the sun to spark areas of showers and thunderstorms by late morning. Thunderstorms readily form in a humid air mass.

The chance of rain is 40% today as a surge of moisture comes up from the Gulf of Mexico. Some thunderstorms could bring heavy rains, gusty winds, and dangerous lightning strikes with them.

In those places that stay dry, a humid high of 91 degrees is expected.

The tropics are quiet once again after Tropical Depression Two disappeared from the map yesterday.

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