MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Numerous showers and thunderstorms will sweep from west to east across the state tonight and early tomorrow. With a cool, stable airmass in place, we do not expect any issues with tornadoes, damaging wind or hail. It’s possible that you hear a few claps of thunder, though.
Leftover rain lingers through Wednesday, but its on and off. It won’t rain all day.
Conditions will turn breezy for Wednesday and early Thursday as colder air advects in from the north behind the departing cold front. Wind gusts will reach 20-30 mph during this period.
Highs will be in the middle 50s Thursday and jump back into the 60s heading into the weekend.
Fortunately there will be a good deal of sunshine to end the week and kick off the weekend.
Another chance of showers and perhaps a thunderstorm enters the forecast for the late Saturday night - Sunday time period thanks to another cold front set to move through. Severe weather looks unlikely with that system despite highs around 70, but we will be watching it either way!