Mostly dry weekend ahead
Wet weather won’t be widespread, so your Saturday and Sunday aren’t washouts!
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - As we close out April and welcome May, the same slightly muggy, warm pattern is holding strong with no major changes in sight. With the exception of a few rogue showers, the weekend ahead is looking generally dry which is perfect for any outdoor plans you may have.
First things first, it’s not a bad Friday night, weather-wise. Skies are now dry (but still cloudy) and lows are setting into the low and middle 50s.
Saturday’s forecast looks great - skies will be sunny! Under all that sunshine, temperatures will be warm up into the middle 80s.
Sunday looks mostly quiet overall, with the exception of some isolated showers and thunderstorms possible in our western counties in the late afternoon and evening hours. Everyone else will remain mostly dry, partly cloudy, and warm in the middle 80s.
A slightly higher chance of showers and thunderstorms exists as we head into next week with a more active pattern setting up. That doesn’t mean it will rain on every one each day, but it does mean your chance of seeing a round or two of rain early next week is good. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will dot the radar Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Right now, we aren’t explicitly mentioning the risk of severe weather, but the ingredients may end up coming together to support some strong to severe storm potential at some point early next week. That’s a wait and see kind of thing at this point in the forecast!
Highs will stay well in the 80s during this time with higher humidity values in place.
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