Unsettledness continues to be a high-profile feature of our weather pattern, with clusters of storms in the Tennessee Valley and the Deep South generally moving southeastward toward the region, and leftover boundaries from earlier storms driving additional local rain and thunder development. Spots of heavy rain are likely, especially in parts of north Florida and southwest Georgia, through mid-evening. Late tonight, western counties may get clipped by a broadcast storm complex that will have more of a focus into the Panhandle region.
The atmosphere will still be primed for areas of showers and storms Wednesday, especially western and coastal zones. Highs will reach near 90° coast to mid 90s inland following morning lows in the low to mid 70s.