MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - We are ending the weekend on a quiet note, but our next weather maker is lingering off towards our north and west as we speak. Some clouds will return later on tonight thanks to southerly flow, so Monday morning will be mild when you step outside to get your day going. A few pockets of rain are possible ahead of an approaching cold front, but the bit bulk of the showers and storms don’t arrive until later on.
Timing: The previously mentioned boundary will likely move through northwestern portions of Alabama starting around lunchtime tomorrow. We will keep a time window from roughly 3 pm Monday afternoon in extreme northern portions of the state to 3 am Tuesday through our southern/eastern counties.
Impacts: As of right now, the forecast call for a low-end threat for severe weather. Some marginally severe wind gusts and a brief spin-up tornado cannot be completely ruled out.
We’ll go back to dry and mostly sunny conditions during the midday of the workweek... Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday all feel like Fall with highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s/50s.
It’s been awhile since we have talked about having multiple opportunities for rain in a short amount of time, but thankfully our luck has changed and more wet weather is on the way.
Our next chance for rain arrive by Thursday, and this could bring another couple of rounds of beneficial rain!