MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Prepare for a roller coaster ride of weather over the next 7 days. Temperatures will range from the 50s to near 80, and rain chances will range from twenty to eighty percent. Let’s jump in.
Scattered showers will continue to move from northwest to southeast through Monday morning.
Many of us will be dry Monday afternoon, and temperatures will be a bit cooler in the 60s. This will be our quietest day over the next seven.
Widespread rain cranks up Tuesday through Friday. Tuesday will be cold and rainy-- temperatures won’t leave the 50s and rain will be widespread and somewhat consistent throughout the day. Some of you may hear a few rumbles of thunder.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, temperatures will return to the 70s and moderate, widespread rain will continue. A few embedded thunderstorms are possible at times. Highest rainfall amounts will be to our north and west.
We’ll closely be watching the chance for river flooding by the end of the week, as well as the chance for flooding of low-lying land.
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