MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Some of us received a good amount of rain again today! Many, however, stayed dry. If you missed out on the rain, there is a higher chance of showers and storms Thursday and Friday.
Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms are likely area-wide to round out the workweek. We’re capping rain probabilities at 60-70% each day, but it’s possible a slight increase may be warranted as we get closer.
Models are still in a relatively disagreement this weekend and early next week regarding rain and storm coverage. There is a slightly better consensus, but nothing is surefire quite yet. For now, expect at least a chance of scattered showers and storms each day, with Saturday’s chances running a little higher than Sunday’s. Then, rain chances drop even more into early next week as a drier air mass sags south from the Missouri Valley.
Temperatures will be fairly uniform beyond today with highs topping out in the lower 90s and heat indices reaching the lower 100s as humidity levels remain uncomfortably high through next Tuesday.