Thursday provided a good helping of much needed rain to Alabama. With the drought conditions many of us are in, we could still use some more rain, and we will could get the opportunity again Friday.
Scattered showers and storms are possible again Friday, favoring the afternoon hours. It won’t be a washout; you have about a 50/50 shot of see rain and rumbles. Highs will be in the low/mid 90s.
More scattered rain is possible the weekend. No day will feature washout rain coverage, so outdoor weekend plans will deal with our typical hit-and-miss flavor of coverage.
The National Hurricane Center is watching two systems in the Tropics. The first one, overspreading Florida and the Bahamas, will bring locally heavy rainfall to parts of the Florida peninsula but has nearly a 0% chance of development. The second system in the middle of the Atlantic will likely develop into a tropical depression in the next 5 days, but additional strengthening is not expected beyond that at this time.