MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Get ready for a beautiful stretch of (mostly) sunny days ahead! First, though - a few clouds! Our sky will become overcast by later on tonight, and that will help temperatures stay in the lower 50s. Afternoon some morning cloudy cover, the second of our your Tuesday looks much brighter as the sunshine returns.
You probably won’t notice it, but a boundary will push through, but it won’t bring any impactful rain. This front won’t produce any real shower activity, but it will impact temperatures. Highs on Wednesday will struggle to get into the 70s, despite sunny skies.
It’ll be very chilly Wednesday night under clear skies. Lows will fall into the 37-44 degree range by Thursday morning. Frost doesn’t look likely at this point, but we will watch it.
After a mostly cloudy and dry day Friday in the mid-70s, we will have an excellent chance at seeing widespread rain and thunderstorms Friday night through Saturday night.
The potential will exist for heavy rain and a few strong storms, but it’s too early to speculate on any sort of legitimate severe threat at this point.