Numerous showers with isolated strong storms
FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THROUGH THURSDAY EVENING
With a stalled front draped over the eastern half of the country we will see increasing showers and cloud cover which means decreasing high temperatures. An area of low pressure is allowing an onshore wind to dominate the WEAR-TV area this week, meaning deep Gulf moisture will continue bringing elevated rain chances.
- Heavy downpours leading to isolated flash flooding (especially in low lying and poor drainage areas.)
- Frequent lightning
- Isolated Waterspouts
STATEMENT FROM NWS MOBILE:
OTHER CONCERNS WITH THE STRONGER THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE FREQUENT CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING AND GUSTY STRAIGHT LINE WINDS POSSIBLY UP TO 40 MPH. THESE AREAS WILL CONTINUED BE MONITORED CLOSELY THROUGH TONIGHT FOR POSSIBLE FLASH FLOODING.
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