A surface low-pressure is still stationary this morning just south of the Pensacola area. The low-pressure will continue its slow movement northward later this morning and should be near Pensacola by this afternoon/evening. This will keep the area with a daily chance of showers/t-storms into next week.
Down-bursts numbers will peak today and are higher from west to east. Hail may be produced with these storms as well and while most will be small, there is still the potential for large enough hail to reach low end severe parameters.
Locations where rain falls will have a chance to get reduced visibility overnight from moderate fog provided all other variables are not prohibitive. This general scenario will play out daily with some days observing a few more storms than others well into next week. This will be the case with isolated strong or severe thunderstorms as well.