MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A cold front moves through overnight tonight! It won’t bring rain, but it will bring cooler temperatures for the start of the weekend. Higher rain chances return later in the week...
First things first, tonight will be mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 40s. When the front moves through overnight, it will be moisture starved, so we’re note expecting much in the way of rain chances. We can’t rule out an isolated shower, but most everyone will stay dry.
Monday’s high temperatures will likely stay in the middle 60s for many. It could also be a little breezy at times.
We’ll get closer to 70° Tuesday, then be back in the low 70s by Wednesday. However, Wednesday is when our next cold front arrives, and this one will bring rain!
Showers are likely and storms are possible Wednesday. It’s not going to be an all-day washout, and not everyone will see rain. As for storms, some cold be strong, but severe weather is not expected at this time. We’re watching closely, just in case.
The front could potentially stall across state by Thursday, so we can’t rule out a few light showers on Thanksgiving. As of right now, I’ve kept rain chances very low as we wait to see how this front progresses. We’ll have a better understanding each day as Thursday gets closer.
As for temperatures, they won’t be crisp, cool and fall-like... highs are expected to stay in the lower 70s.
Another system will arrive by the weekend. This will bring the chance for rain next Saturday and Sunday.
Signs right now point to a big cool down behind this system for early next week... stay tuned!