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  • Mobile's Hurricane History Has Been Active

    Mobile's Hurricane History Has Been Active

    Many hurricanes have affected the Mobile area since 1900. Some are remembered for their heavy rain while others are remembered for surge, extreme wind, or for tornadoes.
    Many hurricanes have affected the Mobile area since 1900. Some are remembered for their heavy rain while others are remembered for surge, extreme wind, or for tornadoes.
  • Hurricanes and Tropical Storms in our Recent Past

    Hurricanes and Tropical Storms in our Recent Past

    You might be surprised at how many hurricanes and tropical storms have come this way in the last 20 years.
    You might be surprised at how many hurricanes and tropical storms have come this way in the last 20 years.
  • Hurricane Preparation

    Hurricane Preparation

    We live in hurricane territory along the Gulf Coast. Make no mistake, this is where tropical storms visit and we've all got to be prepared. Here are tips, links and phone numbers to get you started.
    We live in hurricane territory along the Gulf Coast. Make no mistake, this is where tropical storms visit and we've all got to be prepared. Here are tips, links and phone numbers to get you started.
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    Record Cold in 30s Tonight

    Record Cold in 30s Tonight

    Record cold starts the day, but the afternoon will be sunny & mild. High 67 with light winds. 49 tonight. Warmer tomorrow.
    Record cold starts the day, but the afternoon will be sunny & mild. High 67 with light winds. 49 tonight. Warmer tomorrow.
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  • Lunar Eclipse on Tuesday, April 15th

    Lunar Eclipse on Tuesday, April 15th

    Thursday, April 10 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-04-11 02:53:45 GMT
    A total lunar eclipse happens before sunrise on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. That's when the moon passes entirely into the full shadow of Earth. This event will be visible anywhere in the Southeastern United States, and in most of the rest of the country, but only where the sky is not cloudy!
    A total lunar eclipse happens before sunrise on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. That's when the moon passes entirely into the full shadow of Earth. This event will be visible anywhere in the Southeastern United States, and in most of the rest of the country, but only where the sky is not cloudy!
  • Tornado in Evergreen, Alabama

    Tornado in Evergreen, Alabama

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 1:02 AM EDT2014-04-08 05:02:20 GMT
    An EF-0 tornado touched down just to the southeast of downtown Evergreen, Alabama on Monday morning, April 7, 2014. Along the path, trees were uprooted and minor structural damage was done to the hospital, technical school and baseball field. The maximum width of this tiny twister was 150 yards.
    An EF-0 tornado touched down just to the southeast of downtown Evergreen, Alabama on Monday morning, April 7, 2014. Along the path, trees were uprooted and minor structural damage was done to the hospital, technical school and baseball field. The maximum width of this tiny twister was 150 yards.
  • Atmore Wind Damage was a Downburst

    Atmore Wind Damage was a Downburst

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 4:07 PM EDT2014-04-01 20:07:38 GMT
    Tree damage from thunderstorm downburst.Tree damage from thunderstorm downburst.
    A preliminary National Weather Service survey of the wind damage in Atmore on March 16, 2014 judges it to be a downburst. A downburst is a burst of straight-line wind from a thunderstorm. In this case it was a very small and brief burst of wind so it is classified as a microburst. Downbursts are not unusual but this one was strong. Here is the storm survey...
    A preliminary National Weather Service survey of the wind damage in Atmore on March 16, 2014 judges it to be a downburst. A downburst is a burst of straight-line wind from a thunderstorm. In this case it was a very small and brief burst of wind so it is classified as a microburst. Downbursts are not unusual but this one was strong. Here is the storm survey...
  • New Five Day Outlook for Tropical Storm Formation

    New Five Day Outlook for Tropical Storm Formation

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 4:05 PM EDT2014-04-01 20:05:08 GMT
    Five Day Tropical Weather OutlookFive Day Tropical Weather Outlook
    Starting July 1, the Tropical Weather Outlook from the National Hurricane Center will be enhanced, to go out to five days. The current Tropical Weather Outlook gives the percent chance of formation of a new tropical system in the next two days. The new graphic will be busier simply because it includes five days, rather than two days.
    Starting July 1, the Tropical Weather Outlook from the National Hurricane Center will be enhanced, to go out to five days. The current Tropical Weather Outlook gives the percent chance of formation of a new tropical system in the next two days. The new graphic will be busier simply because it includes five days, rather than two days.
  • New Storm Surge Maps for Hurricane Season

    New Storm Surge Maps for Hurricane Season

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 4:04 PM EDT2014-04-01 20:04:41 GMT
    Storm Surge Potential GraphicStorm Surge Potential Graphic
    Starting this 2014 hurricane season, NOAA’s National Hurricane Center will begin issuing an experimental graphic, Potential Storm Surge Flooding, whenever a hurricane or tropical storm creates a threat of rising water from wind. The graphic shows potential, not guaranteed, height of water above ground level.
    Starting this 2014 hurricane season, NOAA’s National Hurricane Center will begin issuing an experimental graphic, Potential Storm Surge Flooding, whenever a hurricane or tropical storm creates a threat of rising water from wind. The graphic shows potential, not guaranteed, height of water above ground level.
  • A "New" December Subtropical Storm in the Atlantic

    A "New" December Subtropical Storm in the Atlantic

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 4:02 PM EDT2014-04-01 20:02:06 GMT
    Did you hear about the Atlantic subtropical storm in early December of last year? Probably not. It was not declared as a subtropical storm until recently. The subtropical storm was small and brief near the Azores. It goes into the database for 2013 as unnamed.
    Did you hear about the Atlantic subtropical storm in early December of last year? Probably not. It was not declared as a subtropical storm until recently. The subtropical storm was small and brief near the Azores. It goes into the database for 2013 as unnamed.
  • Snow and Ice do Not Burn

    Snow and Ice do Not Burn

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 4:01 PM EDT2014-04-01 20:01:54 GMT
    It was snow, and sleet, and ice across the Southeast at the end of January, 2014, but some people said, “I saw on the Internet, the snow was burning.” Can snow or ice burn? No. Here's a demonstration to show what really happened.
    It was snow, and sleet, and ice across the Southeast at the end of January, 2014, but some people said, “I saw on the Internet, the snow was burning.” Can snow or ice burn? No. Here's a demonstration to show what really happened.
  • The Polar Vortex Explained

    The Polar Vortex Explained

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 4:01 PM EDT2014-04-01 20:01:40 GMT
    The Arctic outbreak of early January 2014 added a new weather phrase to the vocabulary of many folks, "polar vortex". The polar vortex is a mass of frigid air that forms in the Arctic, in the winter, due to no or low sunlight for several months, and is bounded by a strong polar jet stream.
    The Arctic outbreak of early January 2014 added a new weather phrase to the vocabulary of many folks, "polar vortex". The polar vortex is a mass of frigid air that forms in the Arctic, in the winter, due to no or low sunlight for several months, and is bounded by a strong polar jet stream.
  • Best Weather Photos of 2013 in WKRG-TV area

    Best Weather Photos of 2013 in WKRG-TV area

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 3:54 PM EDT2014-04-01 19:54:10 GMT
    WKRG-TV got hundreds of weather photos in 2013, submitted via Facebook, our photo gallery, and by email. Many photos are really good and some are great. Here are just some of best local weather photos of 2013.
    WKRG-TV got hundreds of weather photos in 2013, submitted via Facebook, our photo gallery, and by email. Many photos are really good and some are great. Here are just some of best local weather photos of 2013.
  • Top 5 Weather Events for Mobile area in 2013

    Top 5 Weather Events for Mobile area in 2013

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 3:53 PM EDT2014-04-01 19:53:48 GMT
    We got through2013 without a hurricane landfall. That doesn’t mean there was no memorable local weather in the WKRG-TV viewing area. Aside from temperature ups and downs, 2013 delivered a damaging tornado, a photogenic waterspout, lots of rain, and two near-misses from tropical storms.
    We got through 2013 without a hurricane landfall. That doesn’t mean there was no memorable local weather in the WKRG-TV viewing area. Aside from temperature ups and downs, 2013 delivered a damaging tornado, a photogenic waterspout, lots of rain, and two near-misses from tropical storms.
  • US Energy Impact from Tropical Storms

    US Energy Impact from Tropical Storms

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 3:49 PM EDT2014-04-01 19:49:49 GMT
    Here's a new interactive online tool that gives you a better idea of how energy production is affected by tropical storms and hurricanes, from the US Energy Information Administration, based on the track forecast.
    Here's a new interactive online tool that gives you a better idea of how energy production is affected by tropical storms and hurricanes, from the US Energy Information Administration, based on the track forecast.
  • Storm Chasing Risk Can be Deadly

    Storm Chasing Risk Can be Deadly

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 3:48 PM EDT2014-04-01 19:48:31 GMT
    Storm chasing has never been more popular. While some chasers are on science expeditions, others may be out to satisfy their own curiosity. The risks of chasing are growing, as injuries and deaths are increasing.
    Storm chasing has never been more popular. While some chasers are on science expeditions, others may be out to satisfy their own curiosity. The risks of chasing are growing, as injuries and deaths are increasing.
  • Tracking Meteor Dust in the Stratosphere

    Tracking Meteor Dust in the StratosphereTracking Meteor Dust in the Stratosphere

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 3:47 PM EDT2014-04-01 19:47:29 GMT
    NASA scientists detected meteor dust from the February meteor in Russia and successfully predicted how it would travel around the planet.
    NASA scientists detected meteor dust from the February meteor in Russia and successfully predicted how it would travel around the planet.
  • Cool Words on Alabama's 2013 Summer by the State Climatologist

    Cool Words on Alabama's 2013 Summer by the State Climatologist

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 3:47 PM EDT2014-04-01 19:47:03 GMT
    Our wet summer kept temperatures down. In fact, the state of Alabama was cooler than average. I recently spoke to Dr. John Christy, the state climatologist for Alabama. Here’s his perspective on the cool summer and other long-term changes.
    Our wet summer kept temperatures down. In fact, the state of Alabama was cooler than average. I recently spoke to Dr. John Christy, the state climatologist for Alabama. Here’s his perspective on the cool summer and other long-term changes.
  • Puddle on a Hot Road Mirage

    Puddle on a Hot Road Mirage

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 3:46 PM EDT2014-04-01 19:46:33 GMT
    Have you ever driven down the road on a hot day and noticed a puddle in the road in the distance, and then when you got there the road was dry? That's a mirage and there's some science behind what you are seeing.
    Have you ever driven down the road on a hot day and noticed a puddle in the road in the distance, and then when you got there the road was dry? It even seems to shimmer. That's a mirage and there's some science behind what you are seeing.

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1-Day Forecast: Mobile

Wednesday
Wednesday's Forecast Image
  • 65°
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Clear

Currently in Mobile as of

  • 50°(Feels like 46°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: ENE @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 30.26 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:24
  • Sunset: 19:21
  • Humidity: 48%
  • UV Index: 10.00

1-Day Forecast: Pensacola

Wednesday
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  • 65°
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Clear

Currently in Pensacola as of

  • 51°(Feels like 48°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: E @ 8 mph
  • Barometer: 30.24 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:20
  • Sunset: 19:17
  • Humidity: 44%
  • UV Index: 10.00

1-Day Forecast: Keesler Afb

Wednesday
Wednesday's Forecast Image
  • 64°
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Clear

Currently in Biloxi as of

  • 45°(Feels like 39°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: E @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 30.24 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:27
  • Sunset: 19:24
  • Humidity: 66%
  • UV Index: 10.00

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Biloxi
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    Alan Sealls

    Alan Sealls

    Alan Sealls is Chief Meteorologist at WKRG-TV. He has over two decades of experience in TV. Alan not only holds bachelors and masters degrees in meteorology from Cornell and Florida State, but he also
  • Meteorologist at WKRG

    John Nodar

    John Nodar

    Meteorologist John Nodar has worked in broadcasting--both television and radio--for the past 31 years. 25 of those years have been with WKRG-TV, where he is weather anchor for the morning and noon broadcasts.
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    Jonathan Owens

    Jonathan Owens

    Jonathan Owens is a meteorologist/science and nature reporter at WKRG. His travels to find work have taken him to 4 states so far. He happily landed at WKRG in December 2010.
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