Settling back into a typical summerlike pattern
No washouts expected, temperatures stay below average
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - After seeing a few showers early this morning, our Tuesday afternoon ended up being mostly dry and even sunny! Dew points have been elevated recently, but less muggy is trying to make a comeback... the big question is, how humid will it be over the next couple of days and do we see anymore showers in our future?
Tonight is a quiet evening with a few fair weather clouds thanks to the passing of a cold front; low dip back into the 60s and it comfortable warm as we kick off our Wednesday.
The afternoon tomorrow will feature a mix of both sun and clouds, so expect highs to climb into the 80s.
A few thunderstorms could pop in far southern portions of the state, but many will be rain-free tomorrow. The front will then effectively wash out by the end of the workweek while hanging out in South Alabama... the result of that be more warm and muggy conditions with daily chances for summertime showers and thunderstorms.
There will certainly be no washouts and no guarantees of rain, but there’s a chance each afternoon just as we’d expect this time of year!
Highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees with overnight lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Look for tropical-like humidity to return late Wednesday and stay with us for the foreseeable future with no noteworthy air mass changes currently anticipated.
At least the tropical humidity won’t be paired with brutal heat, right? Every day for the next 7 days is forecast to be below normal with no highs above 92°.
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