MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Saturday was a scorcher. Montgomery tied it’s record of 102°, originally set back in 2000. It marked the 5th day in a row where the Capital City saw triple digit temperatures. The only good news was that humidity was lower. Starting Sunday, air temperatures slowly fall, but humidity slowly returns.
Moisture starts to return Sunday. Rain chances still stay on the low end, with only a few pop-up showers and storms likely. It’s less likely temperatures will reach 100°, but humidity will start to return and make it feel a bit muggy.
Rain chances become elevated Monday and stay in the forecast through Wednesday with the arrival of an upper trough. With more rain and cloud cover, highs will dip back into the lower 90s.