MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - It has been a rainy day for many! A large rain band from Delta pushed through the state earlier. As it did so, it produced small pockets of rotation, but nothing that touched down as a tornado. Now that band has pushed into Georgia and has taken the tornado risk with it.
More rain is possible overnight tonight, but severe weather is not expected.
Then, showers will continue into Sunday. These will not produce severe weather either; it will be more of an off and on light rain situation. It will not rain all day, so don’t cancel Sunday plans, just keep the First Alert Weather App handy to check radar!
Sunshine returns for the workweek! Highs will stay warm in the 80s.
By Thursday night, a cold front will move through. It will bring the cooler, fall-like temperatures many of you have been wanting for the weekend!
On this day in weather history...
Hurricane Michael made landfall as a devastating Category 5 hurricane in Mexico Beach, Florida. As it moved across the Wiregrass, it brought destruction with it. Many in our area were impacted.
Some today are still recovering from this powerful storm.
In relation to this hurricane season: Michael was the 13th named storm of the 2018 season. This year, we are already on our 25th named storm. This season been nearly double as active as 2018!