07/11 Ryan’s “Sea Breezy” Tuesday Afternoon forecast.

Another day, another few afternoon showers darken some of our beautiful South Mississippi skies. These diurnal showers and thunderstorms don’t pose much of a threat, but can bring localized areas of heavy rains since winds are light throughout the atmospheric profile. Other than the potential for “flash flooding” in one of those lingering storms and lightning, no severe weather is expected in the Southeast for at least the next 3 days. This weather pattern will continue through the rest of the week and into the weekend, and will be bolstered by the remnants of Tropical Depression 4, adding more moisture and energy to our already “conditionally unstable” environment.

Other than the remnants of TD 4, there is nothing else of note expected to form over the next 5 days in the Atlantic.

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