MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - After a cold start to Easter, we warmed up magnificently in the afternoon! Highs were in the 70s for everyone. Today was seasonable, but temperatures warm above average for the workweek.
First, tonight, lows will drop into the 40s area-wide. It will be a chilly start to Monday, but it won’t be nearly as cold as it has been recently.
We’ll tack on a few degrees to our afternoon temperatures tomorrow. Highs will likely land in the upper 70s for most.
The 80s return by Tuesday and stick around for the workweek!
It will stay completely dry through Tuesday with a good amount of sunshine. We deserve this calm weather, but the dry weather will also increase pollen counts and irritate allergies.
On Wednesday, daytime heating could cause a few showers to pop up. Many of us will still stay dry, however, with rain chances at 20%.
By Thursday, a system will arrive from the west, bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms. Right now, we don’t see a big severe weather threat associated with this! As always, we’ll watch this system closely and bring you updates if needed.
Models disagree on the timing and amount of rain we could see Friday and Saturday. For now, we’ll keep a low-end chance of showers for both days and tweak it as better model agreement comes into place!