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HOURLY
81
Clear
Wednesday-
Isolated Thunderstorms
93
75
30%
93
75
Isolated Thunderstorms
Precipitation30%
Wind6mph S
Humidity85%
UVLow
Thursday-
Scattered Thunderstorms
90
75
60%
90
75
Scattered Thunderstorms
Precipitation60%
Wind9mph SSE
Humidity78%
UVVery High
Friday-
Scattered Thunderstorms
90
74
60%
90
74
Scattered Thunderstorms
Precipitation60%
Wind8mph SSE
Humidity80%
UVVery High
Saturday-
Scattered Thunderstorms
90
74
60%
90
74
Scattered Thunderstorms
Precipitation60%
Wind9mph SSW
Humidity77%
UVVery High
Sunday-
Scattered Thunderstorms
90
75
50%
90
75
Scattered Thunderstorms
Precipitation50%
Wind8mph SSW
Humidity78%
UVVery High
Monday-
PM Thunderstorms
91
73
40%
91
73
PM Thunderstorms
Precipitation40%
Wind9mph SSW
Humidity75%
UVVery High
Tuesday-
Isolated Thunderstorms
92
72
30%
92
72
Isolated Thunderstorms
Precipitation30%
Wind9mph SW
Humidity74%
UVExtreme
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation20%
Wind8mph S
Humidity83%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
82
0%
80
10%
80
20%
79
20%
79
30%
79
30%
82
40%
84
40%
84
20%
85
40%
86
40%
86
40%

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Typical August Temperatures with a Slight Pattern Change...

Afternoon thunderstorms on Tuesday along the Gulf Coast got an earlier start...and have ended earlier, giving us a quieter evening than Tuesday. Instead of moving north to south, today's action was more of an east-to-west deal as our transition to an onshore flow pattern is underway. What does that mean for our thunder threat?

The south steering winds blowing up from the Gulf will bring in some coastal showers first thing in the morning. Then, the timing of our main storm threat will kick in by mid to late morning with any developing thunderstorms pushing well inland later in the afternoon/evening. It looks like that trend will continue into the weekend. A steady onshore wind will also raise the rip current risk this weekend.

Rip Current Risk Forecast:

Thursday: LOW
Friday: MODERATE
Saturday: MODERATE
Sunday: MODERATE

Tropics:

Tropical Storm Ernesto has formed in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean. Ernesto is not a threat to any land areas and the remnants may impact Ireland and the U.K. this weekend. Yes, it's THAT far away from the U.S.

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SUNRISE
06:19:07 am
SUNSET
07:33:54 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High101
F
Record Low64
F