Highs today will reach 87 degrees, lows tonight will be around 74 degrees with mostly cloudy skies.

Harvey is now taking its toll on Alabama. Bands of heavy rain and storms will sweep across the state. Right now, the heaviest seems to be staying to the west of the Wiregrass more in Baldwin and Escambia counties. Minor localized flooding is possible in low areas along with some severe storms. As of right now, storms seem to weaken as they move northward.

The circulation from Harvey will enhance wind shear over the state, along with warm, muggy air in place, this could stir up a few brief tornadoes. Tropical tornadoes are very quick and usually in the EF-0/1 range but they happen quickly with little warning so stay Weather aware throughout the day and be ready to go your safe place in short notice. Be sure to download the WDHN weather app to help you stay updated and alerted throughout the week.

There is a small craft advisory implemented through Thursday. Expect choppy conditions on coastal lakes and bays with winds moving south at 20 knots and seas 5 to 7 feet.