Gulf Coast weather alerts

Wind Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Upper Mobile
  • Upper Baldwin
  • Inland Escambia
  • Inland Okaloosa
  • Upper Mobile
  • Upper Baldwin
  • Inland Escambia
  • Inland Okaloosa

Wind Advisory Remains In Effect From 10 Pm This Evening To
1 Pm Cdt Saturday
Freeze Watch In Effect From Late Saturday Night Through Sunday
Morning
The National Weather Service In Mobile Has Issued A Freeze
Watch Which Is In Effect From Late Saturday Night Through
Sunday Morning. A Wind Advisory Remains In Effect.
- Winds Northwest To North 20 To 25 Mph With Frequent Higher Gusts
Between 30 And 35 Mph Tonight. The Stronger Of These Winds Look To Be
Focused Along The Land And Sea Interface At The Beaches.
- Impacts Winds This Strong Can Blow Around Unsecured Light
Weight Objects And Can Make Driving Difficult Especially For High
Profile Vehicles. Use Extra Caution.
- Temperature Falling To Around Freezing Beginning Shortly
After Midnight Saturday Night.
- Impacts Unprotected Temperature Sensitive Plants May See
Damage Saturday Night.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Wind Advisory Means That Winds And Or Frequent Wind Gusts Of 30 To
39 Mph Are Expected. Winds This Strong Can Blow Around Unsecured Light
Weight Objects And Can Make Driving Difficult Especially For High
Profile Vehicles. Use Extra Caution.
A Freeze Watch Means Sub-freezing Temperatures Are Possible.
These Conditions Could Kill Crops New Growth And Other
Sensitive Vegetation.

Wind Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Lower Mobile
  • Lower Baldwin
  • Coastal Escambia
  • Santa Rosa
  • Coastal Okaloosa

Wind Advisory Remains In Effect From 10 Pm This Evening To
1 Pm Cdt Saturday
- Timing 10 Pm Cdt Tonight To 1 Pm Cdt Saturday Afternoon.
- Winds Northwest To North 20 To 25 Mph With Frequent Higher
Gusts Between 30 And 35 Mph. The Stronger Of These Winds Look
To Be Focused Along The Land And Sea Interface At The Beaches.
- Impacts Winds This Strong Can Blow Around Unsecured Light
Weight Objects And Can Make Driving Difficult Especially For
High Profile Vehicles. Use Extra Caution.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Wind Advisory Means That Winds And Or Frequent Wind Gusts Of
30 To 39 Mph Are Expected. Winds This Strong Can Blow Around
Unsecured Light Weight Objects And Can Make Driving Difficult
Especially For High Profile Vehicles. Use Extra Caution.

Fire Weather Watch

The following area is affected:

  • Holmes

Fire Weather Watch For Saturday Afternoon Has Been Expanded
To Include Walton Holmes Gadsden Liberty Franklin
Jefferson Madison And Taylor Counties In Florida
The National Weather Service In Tallahassee Has Issued A Fire
Weather Watch Which Is In Effect Saturday Afternoon.
- Affected Area Walton Holmes Gadsden Liberty Franklin
Jefferson Madison And Taylor
- Wind Northwest Around 15 To 18 Mph.
- Minimum Relative Humidity Around 26 Percent.
- Erc Values 27 To 29.
- Impacts Any Fires That Develop Will Likely Spread Rapidly.
Outdoor Burning Is Not Recommended.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Fire Weather Watch Means That Critical Fire Weather Conditions
Are Possible. Listen For Later Forecasts And Possible Red Flag
Warnings.

Freeze Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Washington
  • Clarke
  • Monroe
  • Conecuh
  • Greene
  • Choctaw

Freeze Watch Remains In Effect From Late Saturday Night
Through Sunday Morning
- Temperature Falling To Around Freezing Beginning Shortly
After Midnight Saturday Night.
- Impacts Unprotected Temperature Sensitive Plants May See
Damage.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Freeze Watch Means Sub-freezing Temperatures Are Possible.
These Conditions Could Kill Crops New Growth And Other
Sensitive Vegetation.

Freeze Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Escambia
  • George

Freeze Watch In Effect From Late Saturday Night Through Sunday
Morning
The National Weather Service In Mobile Has Issued A Freeze
Watch Which Is In Effect From Late Saturday Night Through
Sunday Morning.
- Temperature Falling To Around Freezing Beginning Shortly
After Midnight Saturday Night.
- Impacts Unprotected Temperature Sensitive Plants May See
Damage.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Freeze Watch Means Sub-freezing Temperatures Are Possible.
These Conditions Could Kill Crops New Growth And Other
Sensitive Vegetation.

Freeze Watch

The following area is affected:

  • Jackson

Freeze Watch In Effect From Late Saturday Night Through Sunday
Morning
The National Weather Service In New Orleans Has Issued A Freeze
Watch Which Is In Effect From Late Saturday Night Through
Sunday Morning.
- Temperature Temperatures Are Expected To Fall To Near 32
Degrees Late Saturday Night And Early Sunday Morning.
- Duration Where Temperatures Fall Below Freezing The Freezing
Temperatures Could Last As Long As 2 To 4 Hours.
- Impacts Tender Outdoor Vegetation May Be Damaged By
Subfreezing Temperatures.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Freeze Watch Means Sub-freezing Temperatures Are Possible.
These Conditions Could Kill Crops And Other Sensitive Vegetation.