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Cool, comfortable air arrives tomorrow...

Tired of rain and humidity? Relief coming soon!
Published: Sep. 21, 2021 at 5:21 AM CDT|Updated: Sep. 21, 2021 at 6:05 PM CDT
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A few pockets of showers and thunderstorms will sweep slowly across the state tonight and into early Wednesday. While these will be scattered, where it rains it could rain pretty hard for a half-hour or so.

A cold front comes through Wednesday morning, bringing some showers.
A cold front comes through Wednesday morning, bringing some showers.(WSFA 12 News)

The chance of rain will end by lunchtime Wednesday as our much-anticipated fall cold front pushes through the state. This will bring in a much cooler and noticeably more comfortable weather pattern for Wednesday afternoon and evening. And, that trend won’t end anytime soon, we anticipate a very nice stretch of weather through at least early next week.

Gorgeous fall weather on the way beginning Thursday.
Gorgeous fall weather on the way beginning Thursday.(WSFA 12 News)

It will also lead to breezy northerly winds on Wednesday.

Highs for the end of the workweek will only be in the 70s, with overnight lows well down in the 50s! We do moderate a bit for the weekend and next week as highs head back into the 80s and overnight temps return to the 60s.

Lows will be much cooler beginning Thursday morning.
Lows will be much cooler beginning Thursday morning.(WSFA 12 News)

Even then we won’t have the humidity or rain to contend with across Central Alabama. Put simply, the forecast beginning Wednesday afternoon is as good as it gets here this time of year!

Meanwhile out in the Atlantic we’ve still got Tropical Storm Peter and Tropical Storm Rose. Both will likely remain weak and out to sea. They pose no threat to the US.

Fall-like weather returns soon, just in time for the new season!
Fall-like weather returns soon, just in time for the new season!(WSFA 12 News)

There are two other areas being monitored for tropical development as well. The next names on the list for this year are Sam and Teresa. Fortunately neither of those systems will threaten the US as it looks now.

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