MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Not much is changing in our forecast day-to-day... we are stuck in a pretty stagnant and quiet weather pattern for the next several days, which is expected to last through at least early next week.
Rain chances will stay low through about Sunday, making for an excellent 4-day stretch to spend time outdoors.
However, it will be getting hotter heading into the weekend; afternoon highs will rise from the mid-90s Thursday and Friday to the upper 90s for the weekend.
Overnight lows will creep up as well from the lower 70s we’ve seen lately to the middle 70s by the weekend into next week. That’s courtesy of higher humidity levels preventing our nights from being as comfortable.
Expect the relatively tolerable humidity as of late to shift to muggy levels into next week as our air mass becomes overcome with Gulf of Mexico moisture.
If you’re hoping for a legitimate shot at rain and storms, it probably won’t happen until at least late in the day Monday. While it doesn’t necessarily look overly wet on any one day, the rain and storm chances do rise to 40-50% into next week!