MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A classic July pattern is firmly entrenched across Alabama, and it shows no signs of relenting anytime soon. As you might expect, this typical Summer pattern will involve more heat and humidity than you might like - but less rain.
The forecast doesn’t change very much through at least early next week. Each afternoon will bring a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the mid 90s. Throw in the humidity and will feel more like 100-105 degrees each day. The nights and mornings will be warm and muggy, with temperatures in the 70s and occasional bouts with fog early in the day.
There are some early indications that the pattern could change next week - perhaps less heat and more rain? But, it’s tough to put too much stock in that idea 5-6 days in advance.
In the tropics, all remains quiet. That’s not unusual; hurricane season usually doesn’t become very active until August and September.