We’re entering a typical summertime pattern
No washouts are in the forecast, but isolated showers and storms are possible
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A typical summertime pattern will take shape to end the week and carry us through the weekend and into next week. No day will be a washout, but there will be chances for showers and storms most afternoons. Today was a good example of that pattern we will be stuck in... after a few morning showers in far western portions of Alabama, the big bulk of our area dealt with on/off cloud cover and highs in the 80s. A couple of spots in far southern portions of the state hit 90° briefly, but overall it was a seasonably warm day.
Rain and thunderstorm chances will increase just a bit as we end the first week of June on Thursday and Friday. Again, it won’t be a washout either day, but there will be randomly distributed isolated showers and storms each day.
Temperatures will head for the middle and upper 80s under otherwise mostly cloudy skies. The humidity will be a bit higher to end the week, but it won’t be miserably high. That will remain the case this weekend and into next week.
The upcoming weekend continues to feature at least low-end isolated shower and thunderstorm chances. We will say that the overall chance for rain this weekend has come down a bit from previous forecasts to 20% Saturday and 30% Sunday.
The 40-50% chances for showers and storms continue in the forecast as we kick off the first full week of June on Monday.
High temperatures are expected to remain in the middle and upper 80s depending on how much sun and rain coverage your location sees on any given day.
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