Isolated storms for the weekend
Only a 30% chance of rain both Saturday and Sunday
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - After a sunny and dry day, some low-end rain chances return for the weekend. It will not be a washout - with only a 30% chance of showers and storms, it will be a very typical summertime weekend with hit-or-miss, pop-up rain. Those of you who stay dry will stay hot with highs in the low 90s and a good bit of humidity.
Models have backed off on the rain chances Monday, which has led us to dropping coverage to 20%. Highs will stay in the lower 90s.
Most signs point towards an uptick in rain and thunderstorm coverage beginning Tuesday. We’ve gone ahead and placed a scattered shower and storm outlook for each day next week starting on Tuesday.
Your chances of seeing rain are certainly looking higher throughout next week if rain is something you’re in need of right now!
Temperatures will continue topping out on either side of the 90-degree mark with the muggy conditions making it feel like it’s in the middle to perhaps upper 90s. Every day for the next week will feel nearly 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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