Bright Moon, Space Station and Some Clouds Tonight.

Thunderstorms are scattered about and drifting toward the coast. Expect more this evening. They will fade as the sun sets.

Half of us will have lingering clouds early but most of the night should be mostly clear. The moon tonight will look full but the actual full moon is tomorrow night. It will be the second full moon in a calendar month so it’s commonly called a full moon but it won’t be blue! Here’s more on moon colors and nicknames.

As you look up in the sky, you may see the International Space Station flyover this evening at 9:15pm, tomorrow morning at 5:23am, and tomorrow evening at 8:22pm. Here are the details.

Your weather- Friday and Saturday will have rain coverage each day a little lower- between 30% and 20%, with the wet weather moe likely east of I-65, in the Florida panhandle, and along our coasts. The transition into August will be typical of late July days with highs in the lower 90s. Sunday should have even less rain but there will be some afternoon thunderstorms. Nights stay in the middle 70s.