Front brings cooler air for most

Cool for the central and western counties, warm air hangs on in southeast Alabama

Tracking higher rain chances, cooler temps

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Hello, Fall! Many of you are actually feeling like the season, now that cooler air has pushed into much of the state. The front is stalling across our area, though, so not everyone has significantly cooled down. The farther southeast you head, the warmer it is. The farther northwest you head, the cooler it is.

Sunday’s high temperatures will range from the upper 60s and low 70s in our far northwestern counties to the mid and upper 80s down in the southeastern corner of the state.

Sunday afternoon temperatures
Sunday afternoon temperatures (Source: WSFA 12 News)

What about rain chances? If you missed out on today’s isolated showers, you have more chances to see rain in the next few days! With the front parked over Alabama, waves of energy will ripple along the front Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

Each wave of energy will bring a scattering of showers and thunderstorms to the state. It won’t rain all day, but these intervals of on and off rain will drop roughly 1-3 inches of rainfall between Sunday night and Wednesday morning. This is music to our parched ears!

7 Day
7 Day (Source: WSFA 12 News)

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