Today will be our warmest day of the week. Expect a mix of hazy sun and clouds, highs approaching the upper 70s away from the coast. The “day” will be dry, but we still have a chance at a spotty light shower later at night and early Friday morning from a cold front moving through.
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We’re continue to closely monitor Tropical Depression Sally. The storm made landfall early Wednesday morning near Gulf Shores, Alabama as a slow-moving Category 2 Hurricane.
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It will weaken over the next few days before re-emerging as a remnant low off the Carolina coast this weekend. Our computer models are keeping most, if not all, of the rain from this storm well to our south. Our drought-stricken area could use a bit, but for now, it looks like there is little to no precipitation through at least the weekend.