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      7 DAY FORECAST
      HOURLY
      78
      Mostly Clear
      Friday-
      Isolated Thunderstorms
      92
      74
      %
      92
      74
      Isolated Thunderstorms
      Rain%
      Wind3mph WSW
      Humidity95%
      UVLow
      Saturday-
      Isolated Thunderstorms
      93
      74
      60%
      93
      74
      Isolated Thunderstorms
      Rain60%
      Wind8mph SW
      Humidity74%
      UVVery High
      Sunday-
      Scattered Thunderstorms
      92
      75
      20%
      92
      75
      Scattered Thunderstorms
      Rain20%
      Wind8mph SSE
      Humidity76%
      UVVery High
      Monday-
      Scattered Thunderstorms
      92
      74
      20%
      92
      74
      Scattered Thunderstorms
      Rain20%
      Wind6mph SSE
      Humidity77%
      UVExtreme
      Tuesday-
      Isolated Thunderstorms
      93
      75
      50%
      93
      75
      Isolated Thunderstorms
      Rain50%
      Wind6mph ESE
      Humidity77%
      UVExtreme
      Wednesday-
      Thunderstorms
      92
      75
      50%
      92
      75
      Thunderstorms
      Rain50%
      Wind7mph ESE
      Humidity78%
      UVExtreme
      Thursday-
      Scattered Thunderstorms
      92
      74
      40%
      92
      74
      Scattered Thunderstorms
      Rain40%
      Wind9mph ESE
      Humidity75%
      UVExtreme
      RIGHT NOW
      Rain0%
      Wind3mph SW
      Humidity97%
      UVLow
      Visibility10 miles
      80
      0%
      80
      0%
      79
      10%
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      10%
      78
      10%
      78
      10%
      77
      10%
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      10%
      82
      20%
      84
      20%
      87
      20%
      88
      30%

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      Typical Heat and Humidity...

      After a quiet start to the day, showers and a few stronger thunderstorms rumbled across Mobile and Baldwin Counties on this Friday. Early afternoon temperatures topping out near normal: In the low 90s as the humidity pushes in the heat index to 100-105 degrees.

      Any lingering storms will rapidly diminish by sunset leaving us with quiet skies tonight. Saturday and Sunday will be very similar to today... seasonably hot & humid with a 30-40% chance of mainly midday and afternoon storms.

      As for next week, expect more of the same as the dog days of August arrive along the Gulf Coast. If I have to pick a day that appears more stormy than the rest, that day would be Wednesday.

      The Tropics:

      In the Atlantic, we have our eye on not one, but two areas of concern. Area number one is currently about 1000 miles east of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. It's racing WNW at 25 mph which should hinder development of this system through the weekend. Area two is even farther east, closer to the coast of Africa or a LONG way from the Gulf Coast. This system has a better chance of faster development, but the majority of forecast models take area two into the central Atlantic and not toward lower Alabama and northwest Florida. Whatever develops, we'll keep you posted here and on our HURRICANE TRACKER page.

      Chief Meteorologist Chris Dunn

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      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High100
      F
      Record Low66
      F