Hit and miss storms return
Isolated afternoon thunderstorms through Saturday
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The 90 degree heat and bone dry weather will be coming to an end soon. Still, rain chances aren’t abundant, and 80-degree temperatures don’t stick around for long. Let’s get into details.
A few showers may actually pop up across Central Alabama Thursday! Rain chances will remain low at around 20%, but a handful of places could see a quick splash.
Friday and Saturday feature our best chance for rain, but overall chances stay underwhelming. Showers and perhaps a storm could pop Friday afternoon through Saturday as a cold front works its way across the state. For now, rain chances look to stay around 30% at best.
Once the front passes, drier and cooler air will move into our area. This will make for a nice Memorial Day!
Just in time for the unofficial start of summer, we’ll kick the 90s to the curb and drop back into the 80s. The 90s will be back soon, however... so enjoy the better Memorial Day forecast!
Humidity levels will rise a bit in the coming days as rain chances return to the forecast. It won’t be “late-summer muggy,” but it could be a bit more uncomfortable outside.
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