Titan radar is currently lighting up with storms in Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, and Madison counties...especially along the 1-10 corridor. Plenty of lightning is embedded in these storms along with pockets of heavy downpours. We can expect more of these storms to form in the evening hours and will begin to die down once the sun sets.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a low around 71...mid 70s along the coastline. Tomorrow the low level moisture and the daily sea breeze will bring a 40% chance for scattered/isolated storms across the area. Highs will be warming up into the lower 90s...but feeling very humid due to the southerly flow off the Gulf of Mexico.
Tuesday brings drier air into the mid-upper levels of the atmosphere which will bring our rain chance down a bit, but our temperatures will rise to the mid 90s mid week.
The tropics remain quiet with no names storms in the Atlantic Basin.