WEATHER AWARE: Strong Storms Possible Today

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Pascagoula, MS

Pascagoula, MS

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Leakesville, MS

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Fort Walton Beach, FL

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Fairhope, AL

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Brewton, AL

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MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Happy Friday! Today’s headlines include more unsettled weather the next couple of days, a drier pattern by early next week, and an eye on Tropical Storm Josephine.

Showers and storms are likely today. Some storms may become strong and a few isolated severe storms can’t be ruled out. If a storm were to become severe the main threat would be potential damaging straight-line winds of 60 mph. By the evening, storms will begin to lose energy, but showers will remain possible through tonight. Rain chances remain elevated tomorrow, but it doesn’t look like a complete washout. Highs will top out in the upper 80s and low 90s.

A drier pattern will begin Sunday with rain chances dropping to 20%. That trend will stick around through the first half of next week.

Josephine continues to hold its own in the Central Atlantic.

The tenth named storm of the 2020 Hurricane Season continues a west-northwest through the Central Atlantic. Tropical Storm Josephine is forecast to slowly strengthen over the next few days as it passes north of the Lesser Antilles. The storm will begin a northerly turn early next week and will likely weaken as the storm encounters some high wind shear.
Josephine poses no threat to the Gulf Coast.

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