Scattered afternoon showers, storm expected

Widespread severe weather is not anticipated

Our threat for severe weather today is low, and getting lower...

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Yes, there is a very low-end chance a strong thunderstorm or two later today, but with every passing hour the likelihood of seeing activity redevelop on radar continues to fall. So, there will not be a significant or widespread severe weather event for the state today...

A few stronger storms are possible Wednesday.
A few stronger storms are possible Wednesday. (Source: WSFA 12 News)

Additional showers and thunderstorms will likely develop shortly after during the afternoon and early evening, and will then slide eastward as the night progresses.

Strong storms are most likely late Wednesday afternoon and early evening.
Strong storms are most likely late Wednesday afternoon and early evening. (Source: WSFA 12 News)

Even without storms, wind gusts today will reach 20-30 mph at times.

Skies clear rapidly tonight, paving the way for a cool night around 50°.

Some clouds will develop Thursday afternoon to along with a chilly northwest breeze and highs around 70°, but it’s wall-to-wall sunshine for Friday and the entirety of the upcoming weekend!

The next bigger weather story will be the heat arriving this weekend. Highs will push 90° by Sunday and remain in the upper 80s with a slight thunderstorm chance into the first half of next week.

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