Wow! Another great day today! It'll be bright and sunny with highs ranging from the mid 70's at the coast ⛱️ to around 80 farther inland 😎

450PM Get out and enjoy the full sunshine and low humidity. We all know that humidity part won't last too much longer! Not as cool tonight with temps in the 50s

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Rachel Monte Baker
· October 7, 2017
Hi just heard a lovely update on Nate from several major news outlets as well as the national hurricane center where most coastal cities in Louisiana and Florida are expected to see some major damage ...... there are two states in between there. Are we supposed to believe that Mississippi and Alabama will see no damage or do we simply not exist � same thing that happened during Katrina, all you heard about was New Orleans meanwhile they were cities in Mississippi that still barely exist because they got wiped off the face the planet - hurricanes don’t just hit New Orleans or Florida.

How do we see to it that some of these meteorologist take some geography lessons?
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Jason Scott
· February 9, 2018
Just wanted to let everyone know what the NWS in Jackson MS did to me. I live in the Pine Belt and I am the admin of Pine Belt Weather Alerts. I've been an active member of their NWS Live Chat for now. During the last severe weather, I was locked out of the NWS Live Chat for NO REASON. So, they are now putting live at Risk in my area since I'm no longer able to get Severe Weather Update from our NWS Office in Jackson. I just wanted everyone to know what they did to me and will be posting it on Pine Belt Weather in the coming days. Shame on whoever Blocked me from the NWS LIVE Chat !!!! I thought you guys were all about saving LIVES !!!! Meteorologist Jason Scott !!!!!! See More
Jamie Young
· October 6, 2017
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Linda Allen
· December 8, 2017
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· September 9, 2017
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Derek Beasley
· July 14, 2016
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· February 17, 2018
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· December 5, 2016
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· September 9, 2017
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· September 4, 2016
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· April 2, 2017
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· June 18, 2017
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· February 23, 2016
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· January 25, 2014
I just sign on for the first time But I like giving Eyewitness weather reports. I do wonder why you all dont have info for Citronelle, Al! We usually have the same temps as Leaksville but local news p...eople Especially John Nodar reoprt wrong. Sometimes we are 8 - 10 degrees colder then downtown Mobile. See More
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· February 26, 2016
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· September 28, 2015
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· August 6, 2016
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· August 28, 2016
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· February 25, 2015
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A wonderful sunny day is in store for the area. Highs today will be in the lower to mid 70s 😁

Chilly, but gorgeous sunset over Mobile Bay this evening.

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3PM Tried for an hour to post a visible satellite loop of snow cover and snow melt but was unable to reduce the size enough for the 15mb cap. GRRRR. So here are tonight's low temps...Still cool but not as cold as the last few nights

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A pleasant, spring day expected for your Thursday with highs generally in the mid to upper 60s.

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After a cold night tonight, temps will warm into the mid and upper 60s on Thursday under clear skies.

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👉TONIGHT: Temperatures will dip into the upper 30s across inland areas, while only falling into the upper 40s to near 50 along the beaches overnight. This is only a brief cool down as temperatures rebound over the weekend.

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🌪️The US National Weather Service Mobile Alabama will hold a Basic SkyWarn Storm Spotter Class on April 17th from 6-8pm in Grove Hill, AL with Clarke County Emergency Management Agency.

🌦️Everyone is invited to come learn about severe thunderstorms and tornadoes, weather safety, and lots of cool weather information. This 2 hour long class is FREE! Meet meteorologists from NWS Mobile & the folks at Clarke County Emergency Management Agency!

🗓️Class Calendar:


A moderate risk of rip currents today and tonight along area beaches.

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Temperatures will be chilly tonight with lows in the 40s. Winds are expected to be lighter tomorrow but still breezy and out of the northwest.

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🌪️HEADS UP - We are holding a Basic SkyWarn Storm Spotter Class in Butler, AL (Choctaw County) for everyone in the area who is interested in learning about severe thunderstorms and tornadoes, weather safety, and lots of cool weather information. This 2 hour long class is FREE! Meet meteorologists from NWS Mobile & the folks at Choctaw County EMA (Emergency Management Agency)!

🗓️Class Calendar:

🌀 Our second TROPICAL TOWN HALL will be on Wednesday, May 31 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm in Milton, FL. This town hall event will be hosted by Santa Rosa County Emergency Management at their EMA Building.

🗨️ Everyone is invited to attend this free, local event! This is your chance to hear what YOU need to know about the upcoming tropical season and how to prepare. You will have the opportunity to ask NWS Mobile forecasters & Santa Rosa County EMA your tropical questions!

👉 More details on this free event open to everyone on our webpage: (click on "Tropical Town Hall" on the Google Calendar)

Thu 6:30 PM CDTSanta Rosa County Emergency ManagementMilton, FL
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🌀We are holding *two* TROPICAL TOWN HALLS this spring! The first TROPICAL TWON HALL will be held on Wednesday, May 30 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm in Pensacola, FL. This town hall event will be hosted by Escambia County Emergency Management at their EMA/Public Safety Building.

🗨️ Everyone is invited to attend this event! This is your chance to hear what YOU need to know about the upcoming tropical season and how the prepare. You will have the opportunity to ask NWS Mobile forecasters & Escambia County EMA your tropical questions.

👉 More details on this free event open everyone: (click on "Tropical Town Hall" on the Google Calendar)

Wed 6:30 PM CDTEscambia County Emergency ManagementPensacola
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🌪️REMINDER - We have two ONLINE SkyWarn Storm Spotter Classes that are coming up!

📅Mark your calendars - The first online class that you can participate in is NEXT MONDAY, March 26th at 6pm. The second online class will be offered on Thursday, April 19.

👉Check the "Events" tab on our Facebook page to view all our upcoming online and in-person SkyWarn Storm Spotter Classes...and other upcoming events like our Tropical Town Halls!

Mon 6:00 PM CDTYour Home
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