MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Light rain will slowly continue to dissipate over the next few hours. Overnight, we’ll dry out, but tomorrow, scattered to numerous showers and storms are possible again!
Rain chances are higher starting Monday as a tropical air mass lifts from the Gulf of Mexico into our neck of the woods. Scattered to numerous shower and thunderstorms are likely through the middle of the week, and storms will likely dump a good bit of rain due to extremely saturated air.
During this time, higher rain chances and more cloud cover will likely keep many of us in the 80s!
As Hanna dissipates over Mexico, our attention now turns to the Atlantic. A tropical wave has a high (90% chance) of developing into our next named storm over the next 5 days as it heads towards the Caribbean. If it develops, it will be named Isaias (pronounced ees-ah-EE-ahs).