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Past articles by Thomas:

High Rain Chances, Less Heat

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – It’s a relatively quiet, but warm start to this Monday morning. As the day goes on, we’ll see showers and thunderstorms with majority of the area getting wet weather by the afternoon as a weak cold front dips into our region. For those without rain, it will be another hot day […] → Read More

Tropical Storm Elsa’s Path: Latest Update

Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) – We continue to monitor Elsa, which weakened back into a tropical storm with maximum winds of 70 mph. Elsa slightly weakened overnight as it is fighting upper level shear that is pushing the convection (thunderstorms) to the northeast of the center of the storm. Elsa continues to have a very fast-forward […] → Read More

Biden reframes his goal on reopening of elementary schools

He said comments by White House press secretary Jen Psaki earlier this month that one day a week of in-person learning would meet his goal were “a mistake in the communication.” → Read More

Trump impeachment goes to Senate, testing his sway over GOP

House Democrats delivered the impeachment case against Donald Trump to the Senate for the start of his historic trial. → Read More

US close on deal with Pfizer for millions more vaccine doses

The U.S. government is close to a deal with Pfizer to acquire tens of millions of additional vaccine doses in exchange for helping the pharmaceutical giant gain better access to manufacturing supplies. → Read More

Foggy AM; Stormy PM

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Today begins mild and with areas of dense fog so make sure you give yourself plenty of time if you’re heading off to work or to do any Black Friday shopping. By the afternoon we’ll see our temperatures warm to the mid-70s and rain chances will increase throughout the day to […] → Read More

Tropical Storm Iota Forms in the Caribbean, Forecast to Become a Hurricane

Iota becomes the record-breaking 30th named storm of the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season. → Read More

Revisiting Hurricane Mitch: Deadly storm that hit Central America in 1998

HARLINGEN, Texas (KVEO) – As Hurricane Eta is off the Nicaraguan coast as a powerful category 4 storm, the situation is bringing flashbacks for many of Hurricane Mitch in 1998. Mitch ravaged Nicaragua and Honduras causing just over 9,000 deaths, making it the second deadliest Atlantic hurricane on record. Mitch started out as a tropical […] → Read More

Tropical Depression 28 strengthens into Tropical Storm Zeta

Tropical Storm Zeta has formed in the Caribbean with sustained winds at 40 mph and is currently stationary. Further strengthening is possible as the system slides north over western Cuba early next week. → Read More

Tropical Depression 27 Develops in West-Central Atlantic

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Tropical Depression 27 has developed in the west-central Atlantic. It is forecast to begin moving northwest later today and should gradually strengthen. It is forecast to become a tropical storm and when it does so, the next name on the list is Epsilon. By later this week it could become a […] → Read More

Weather Aware Today; Much Cooler by Tomorrow

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Today will be our last muggy and warm day for a while as a cold front will be moving in later today. Ahead of this front, we could start to see showers and storms pop up around lunchtime before a line of storms moves through along the cold front this afternoon. […] → Read More

Subtropical Storm Alpha Forms Near Portugal

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Subtropical Storm Alpha has developed. It is in the process of making landfall in Portugal. This is the first named storm with the Greek alphabet. This means Tropical Depression 22 in the Gulf will likely be given the name Beta when it becomes a tropical storm. More on TD 22 below. → Read More


New updates on Sally from the National Hurricane Center and from around the Gulf Coast can be found here. → Read More

Mississippi’s statewide mask mandate extended until end of September

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – During a news conference on Monday, Governor Tate Reeves announced he signed an executive order to extend Mississippi’s mask mandate. The Safe Return order has been extended until Wednesday, September 30, at 5:00 p.m. Under the amended Safe Return order, group gathering limitations are now at no more than 10 indoors […] → Read More

Sally approaches the Gulf Coast, impacts will begin tomorrow

A west-northwest track will continue Sunday. The storm is expected to strengthen and reach hurricane status Monday. Landfall is likely along the Louisiana or Mississippi coast. It’s proximity to our coast will greatly determine the impacts. We saw a eastward shift of the track this afternoon from the National Hurricane Center, so we will continue to monitor the changes. → Read More

Santa Rosa County schools closed Monday due to Tropical Storm Sally

MILTON, Fla. (WKRG) — The Santa Rosa County School District has decided to close schools Monday, Sept. 14, due to possible tropical storm winds from Tropical Storm Sally. In a post on the SRCSD Facebook page, Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick said parents and employees should stay in touch with regarding school operations on Tuesday. Any additional […] → Read More

MARCO & LAURA: Hurricane Marco shifts more south and west, Laura heads towards Cuba

We continue to keep a close eye on Tropical Storm Laura and Hurricane Marco as they near the Gulf Coast. → Read More

Tracking two disturbances in the Atlantic

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – In the tropics, Kyle is now post-tropical as it continues to race away to the east. Josephine has weakened even more and is now remnants as well. It will turn more northerly towards Bermuda in the next couple of days and completely fade away. Neither of these pose a threat to […] → Read More


Follow updates n Cristobal through the day here on → Read More

WEATHER ALERT: Tracking tornado warning in Clarke County – LIVE BLOG

KEEP UP ON SEVERE WEATHER UPDATES THROUGHOUT THE DAY 4:48 AM – A Tornado Watch has been issued for all of the News 5 viewing area till 1 pm. 10:00 PM WED – A Tornado Watch has been issued for areas west of the News 5 viewing area. Tornado Watch for southwest and west central Mississippi until 5 AM Thursday. → Read More