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Josh: Saturday night rain, then cooler


CHANGES COMING SOON: After a very warm and mostly dry work week, things will change in a big way this weekend. Rain, a few rumbles of thunder and cooler air are all on the way to Alabama; let's take it one day at a time...

SATURDAY: Most of Saturday will be dry! There will be some morning fog and/or low clouds, mainly in the southern and western counties, but that will clear out no later than midday. Most of the afternoon will be sunny, warm and dry. A line of showers and storms will push into west Alabama by early evening, but most of the area is dry through sunset.

SATURDAY NIGHT: A line of showers and storms rolls across Alabama. Some lightning and thunder are possible, but we don't see much of a severe weather risk with this system.


SUNDAY: Showers and perhaps a rumble or two of thunder will linger, but again, no severe weather issues.


Noticeably cooler air streams into the state; temperatures will struggle into the 60s Sunday afternoon, which will be 15-20 degrees COOLER than Saturday.

MONDAY AND BEYOND: Warm, dry weather quickly resumes next week, with little to no rain chance and highs in the 70s Monday and 80s Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

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Drought conditions are likely to continue and perhaps worsen as Summer approaches.

Josh Johnson, WSFA First Alert Chief Meteorologist

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