In the wake of this morning's activity, things have been pretty quiet around here. It is very muggy outside, but with the exception of a few light spotty showers, most of us have had a dry, warm day.
The atmosphere is still pretty ripe for development so it’s a waiting game this evening. Pinpoint Predictor is showing a MCS (Mesoscale Convective System) developing overnight. However, MCS’s are difficult to forecast until they have already developed.
Severe weather is not expected with this overnight activity but don’t be surprised to be awoken by a crack of thunder or bolt of lightning, especially east of I-65.
By Sunday, only isolated rain chances are expected with most of us staying dry. For the new work week, our focus turns from storms to the heat. With the added humidity, heat indices could be in the low 90s.
Our next weather maker arrives by mid week bringing showers and thunderstorms.
WAFF 48 Storm Team
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