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MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – We had a day of wet weather but most of the showers and thudnerstorms are now off the coast over the Gulf of Mexico. We have a brief break in the rain over the next few hours with mostly cloudy conditions.
Another wave of rain is coming early tomorrow morning with heavy rain on the way. Our coastal communities are under a Marginal Risk for severe weather. This is a level 1/5 and a low risk for damaging winds, hail and a brief tornado. There will be times of downpours and isolated severe storms will be possible. If a storm were to become severe the main concern would be the potential for damaging winds and hail, but a brief tornado can’t be completely ruled out. The rain is expected to have a brief break later this evening.
The Flash Flood Watch for Baldwin, Mobile, George, and Jackson Counties continues through tomorrow morning. Through Friday most spots will pick up 1-3″ of additional rainfall. There is a Wind Advisory in effect for our coastal communities until 10 pm tonight.
We’ll continue to see more rounds of rain the next few days. It won’t be non-stop rain 100% of the time, but within rounds of rain, there could be downpours with a few strong storms.Wind gusts up to 45 mph are possible behind this front.
Temperatures will run a little below normal with highs in the low to mid-70s while lows will mainly be in the 50s. Rain chances will begin to run lower by the end of the weekend into next week.