TUESDAY Update:  Scattered Storms Each Day – Watching the Northern Gulf

Good Morning!  Here’s my brief video forecast discussion.     

TODAY:    Limited sunshine.  High near 91. Scattered random showers & thunderstorms, most numerous in the afternoon & evening hours.     Low tonight 73.   Like yesterday, the better rain chance would be along and south of I-85. 

Here’s a couple  Future radar snapshot at 12 Noon & 5:00 PM.  The most concentrated showers & storms will be in extreme south Alabama along a stalled front.

TROPICAL TROUBLE?:   The stalled trough near the coast could be the breeding ground for some Tropical development over the next few days.

No change…NHC still has a 30% chance of development with this area to watch in the northern Gulf. 

The EURO model also suggests possible development along the central Gulf coast over the next 5 days. 

The Expected rainfall outlook is another clue about possible development.  Boatloads of rainfall.

Potential prolific rainfall amounts near the coast.  If you’re headed to the Beach this week…bring a book.

NEXT FEW DAYS:   Scattered  showers & thunderstorms, each day, most numerous in the afternoon & evening hours. Highs around 90.  Low at night low 70’s.  Not much day to day change through the weekend. 

SPC says some storms could reach Severe Limits Wednesday and Thursday. Marginal Severe Risk both days.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022: A full ‘Super Buck Moon’:   It’s time for a “supermoon”—one of the closest full Moons to our planet this year—though the beautifully big moonrise in clear skies mid-week will be quickly followed by some excellent views of the naked-eye planets.  just after sunset—will be the rise of one of the biggest-looking full Moons of the year.   Known as the “Buck Moon,” “Hay Moon” and “Thunder Moon,” it will hang fairly low all night in the southeast-south-southwest sky before setting close to sunrise. It’s at moonrise (and moonset) that you want to see it.   Stay up really late or more likely get up before sunrise and in the southern sky you’ll see the bright planets Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn line-up. An 82%-lit waning gibbous Moon will be between Saturn and Jupiter.

NASA’s Webb Delivers Deepest Infrared Image of Universe Yet yesterday from the James Webb spacecraft.  More pictures today….

Thanks for reading this Blog this morning! This morning we are LIVE on the radio from 6 to 9 on NewsTalk 93.1.  Watch us on TV on CBS 8 and ABC 32.  I’ll have another update for you in the morning.  Have a nice day. 


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