MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A robust line of showers and storms passed through our area earlier, bringing frequent lightning, heavy rain and hail. The severe weather threat has now ended across our area, and isolated showers remain.
We’re not done with the rain just yet - a fast-moving cold front will dive south into our area late tonight into early Thursday morning. Fortunately, the coverage of rain and storms with that front will be minor by the time it reaches our region around 4 a.m. Showers will pass through our area early in the morning, before ending around 9 a.m.
After showers end early Thursday, a nice day with sunshine by afternoon will be in store.
Much cooler and drier air filters in for Friday as highs struggle to reach 70 degrees under partly cloudy skies. The beautiful weather continues into Saturday before things change Saturday evening.
A strong, potent storm system will get its act together and push across the Tennessee Valley on Easter Sunday, likely bringing rain and thunderstorms to all of Alabama Saturday night through the day on Easter. As it looks now, the threat for damaging wind, heavy rain and tornadoes is there during this period. Have a plan in place for Easter in the event that severe weather does threaten your area, and be sure to check back in for updates as new information come in.