MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - After a somewhat cloudy and rainy Saturday, a sunny Sunday is in store! Under abundant sunshine, Sunday’s high temperatures will warm up into the low and middle 90s. However, with drier air in place, it won’t feel as humid! That’s a treat by August standards!
A secondary, reinforcing cold front will push across Alabama on Monday. This will keep skies dry and humidity low, but this second cold front will also not cool temperatures down. Temperatures will still be quite warm in the low and middle 90s.
The front that dries us out will eventually stall to our south, then slowly lift back north. This will allow moisture to flow back into our atmosphere, and scattered rain chances kick off again starting Tuesday.
Numerous showers and storms are possible towards the end of the week. Highs will likely stay in the 80s during that time period due to more rain and cloud cover.
Meanwhile, we have two storms churning in the Tropics. Neither are a threat to the United States.
Tropical Storm Kyle officially formed late Friday afternoon off the east coast of the US. It will move east and is not a cause for concern. It is the earliest eleventh named storm on record, beating 2005′s Hurricane Katrina for that title.
Tropical Storm Josephine was officially named Thursday morning. It is heading northwesterly and is not expected to impact the United States at all during its lifetime. It really isn’t expected to impact any land masses as it heads west northwestward. There may be some increased surf to some of the islands in the Caribbean, but that would be about it. It will dissipate late this weekend.