Where's Alberto?: Talk about a busy Monday night and early morning today across our area! What is left of Subtropical Depression Alberto is still impacting the region, but as the evening wears on the center of circulation will drift into western Tennessee.
After a soaker of a evening for our southern counties and a wet start to our Tuesday for parts of central Alabama, any rain we are seeing now is mostly scattered. The widespread shower and storm activity may be gone, but that doesn't mean we are completely dry; more pop-ups on radar are likely throughout not only the night, but the chance for more wet weather extends into our Wednesday afternoon.
Trending Drier: Finally - after what has felt like weeks of on and off rain, we could finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.
This time, the light will be more consistent sunshine and a gradually drop-off in overall rain chances. As the week progresses, each afternoon will still feature *some* showers, but the odds will favor staying on the dry side by the weekend.
Warming Up!: While rain coverage slowly falls, the temperatures will be going up... upper 80s tomorrow will probably turn into low 90s by the end of the workweek. That's a few degrees above average, but not near any record breaking heat.
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