Tracking heat, humidity & scattered rain chances as we move into August
Rain & storms become more scattered across the area this week, with the humid factor staying put and temperatures hovering near average.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The weather pattern is looking rather typical as we push out of July and welcome in August. While each and every day this week has a rain or storm chance, it does not mean that showers and storms will impact everyone.
Monday afternoon highs will remain in the 90s under partly to mostly sunny skies. Rain and storm chances remain isolated to scattered in nature and the humidity remains noticeable. Lows will also hover in the middle to lower 70s to start the week.
Tuesday through next Thursday, rain and storm chances are a bit more scattered, mainly confined to the afternoon hours. Highs will hover in the lower to middle 90s for mid-to-late week. The muggy factor also stays put, making it feel a tad bit hotter to be outside. Overnight lows during this period of time will hover in the middle 90s.
The end of the week and the weekend ahead will also remain hot and humid. Highs will warm into the 80s and 90s with overnight lows forecasted to stay in the 70s. The rain and storm chances do remain in the forecast, although it is looking more isolated, this is thanks to the heat and humidity staying put.
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