Hot and humid with splash and dash storms
Muggy and hot weather continues...
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - After a mostly dry weekend, we are already dealing with a better coverage of rain as of Monday afternoon... summertime shower and storm chances are then in the forecast, and while daily chances vary a bit from 40-50% no one day will bring a washout. The reason? We don’t have any fronts, systems or tropical concerns in the forecast. Just your run of the mill pop-up showers and thunderstorms.
Daytime highs will hover right around that average high of 94° heading into next week, but your neighborhood’s exact high will be determined by whether or not you see rain on any given day.
With the humidity ramping back up, we will likely see heat index values back at and above the century mark. We don’t, however, foresee anything quite as brutal as what we endured with our last bit of triple digit feels like temperatures...
The increase in humidity will also lead to slightly warmer overnights around 74-75 degrees each and every morning.
We are also watching a cluster of thunderstorms approaching the Lesser Antilles... it will likely become Tropical Storm Fred before Tuesday!
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