DISCUSSION: As strong warm air advection persists off of the Gulf of Mexico this afternoon, scattered/intense convection has developed across southern and central portions of the Deep South. due to the slow-moving nature of these isolated storms, heavy rain and frequent lightning may be possible at times. As the noted many times by the National Weather Service communication initiative, if thunder roars be sure to go indoors and if you approach flooded roadways always be sure to turn around and do not drown! Note how there are a few scattered severe thunderstorm warnings such as that one on the bottom right-hand portion of the graphic below along the southernmost portion of the state border along the boundary between Alabama and Mississippi! To learn more about other high-impact weather across the United States, be sure to click here!