We’re tracking more active weather, but rain and storm chances decrease today. Today begins similarly with cloud coverage which will eventually break up as heating dissipates the inversion. Building cumulus will be seen as heating increases. Then, eventually showers and thunderstorms.
The areas most likely to see activity will be counties south of I-64. That being said, there’s still a chance for showers and storms in the northern counties. These will definitely be “hit and miss” type showers, and quite frankly, more miss than hit. Still, those who do get caught under a shower/storm may have to put up with a brief spot of heavy rain and gusty winds. Nothing severe is expected today. If you happen to be in the area that doesn’t see rain or storms today, great! – Enjoy your summer-like Memorial Sunday. We’re also keeping tabs on Subtropical Storm Alberto. The track has jogged a little further east than originally planned and that is putting a lot of folks along the west coast of Florida in a path of strong winds and heavy rain.