Lower rain chances to end the workweek
Very little rain expected Friday into the upcoming weekend...
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A stalled out front will hang out across southern and western Alabama through Saturday morning, but despite the front being nearby, we aren’t looking at impressive shower or thunderstorm chances through the weekend.
Minimal coverage of wet weather is expected for Friday! Rain coverage is expected to be around 20% at most. That means most of the area will stay dry, but those who do see rain could get more than their fair share with downpours, frequent lightning and gusty wind.
Those who stay dry will stay hot! Highs will be near 90 degrees and humidity will make it feel hotter.
Rain coverage bumps up a bit Saturday - Tuesday to around 30%. That is very typical for this time of year!
Models do suggest rain coverage goes up a bit more by the middle of next week, but we will hold chances at or below 50% as of now.
Temperatures will continue topping out in the upper 80s and lower 90s with the muggy conditions making it feel like it’s in the lower and middle 90s. Every day for the next week will feel virtually identical.
So yes, there will definitely be a summer-like feel going forward with the humidity we’re expecting, but we don’t have a single day with an above average temperature in the forecast through at least the middle of next week!
For this time of year, our average high is around 93° and average low is just shy of 71°.
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