MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - All eyes are on our next storm system, but severe storms are not expected for our area.
Our next cold front is pushing a line of showers and storms through central and south Alabama now.
Throughout the night, the broken line of rain will push southeast, weakening as it travels. It will not rain on everyone; showers and storms will be scattered.
For our northwestern areas highlighted in green below, there is a very low risk of severe weather. If any storms become strong, they could produce damaging wind gusts up to 60 m.p.h. and quarter size hail. Tornadoes are not expected. Most of the storms will likely be too weak to be in severe limits once they arrive to our area, but we’ll keep an eye on it as the night progresses.
Once the initial line of showers and storms move through, some post-frontal showers will hang around for the first half of the day Sunday. It won’t rain on everyone, but it would be a good idea to check the radar on your First Alert Weather App before heading to church or brunch to see if a stray shower is in your area.
We’ll be noticeably cooler behind the front. You’ll likely need a jacket throughout the day Sunday! A few showers are still possible Monday and Tuesday thanks to a low pressure system in the Gulf, but many of you will continue to stay dry.