Cluster of storms moving south through our area, some strong storms possible

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Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) – This evening we are seeing a cluster of strong storms moving south through our area. There is a level 1 of 5 threat for some of our area meaning isolated severe storms are possible. The main threat through the evening will be damaging winds with heavy downpours and frequent lightning as well. Keep an eye on the radar through the night! Lows tonight will drop to the lower 70’s north of I-10 and mid-to-upper 70’s closer to the coast. Rain chances will go down after midnight, but will not completely go away.

Rain chances will go down overnight, but will return for your Sunday, mainly in the afternoon. Once again, they will be scattered. There is currently not a severe weather risk out at this time. Highs will be warm near 90 degrees for most. Keep those umbrellas handy! This summertime pattern looks to continue through the week with temperatures near 90 degrees, high humidity, and afternoon pop up showers and storms.

We are also monitoring an area in the southern Gulf that has a medium chance for development over the next five days. It is too early for many details but we will keep you updated! For the latest information: https://www.wkrg.com/tracking-the-tropics/medium-chance-of-tropical-development-in-the-gulf-of-mexico-next-week/

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