Widespread rain & a BIG cool down


A Marginal Risk for severe weather across the deep south today includes portions of Baldwin, Mobile & Escambia counties in Alabama. Strong winds being the primary threat.

Showers will become scattered through this afternoon and more numerous to widespread by the evening. Due to the lack of rain over the past couple of weeks, the ground is not saturated and most rain that falls will be absorbed. That being said, low lying areas and poor drainage areas that are prone to flooding may see isolated flash flooding over the next three days, but that will not be widespread. Isolated strong storms will be possible, mainly in areas shaded in green under the marginal risk through Tuesday evening, but again that will be nothing widespread.

Along and behind this cold front our winds will increase drastically as we could see gusts up to 30 mph.

Behind the front, we will see a BIG temperature drop! High temperatures over the next three days will not climb out of the low 50s with low temperatures in the 30s & 40s.

With the cold area dipping down to the Gulf Coast, be sure to bring the pets inside and protect the plants!

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