Remainder of the workweek is quiet, warming up
No rain in the forecast Wednesday, Thursday or Friday!
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Our active pattern is taking a little bit of a break. Showers and thunderstorms from this morning are now gone, and we are left with a few quiet days ahead! Dry, cool and nice weather returns briefly tomorrow ahead of another warming trend... highs will be in the upper 60s under a partly cloudy sky Wednesday, into the mid 70s Thursday and then the lower 80s Friday. There will be two cool nights well down in the 40s both tonight and tomorrow night.
Thursday and Friday will be dry. Thursday will be mostly sunny, with more clouds for Friday. A cold front will sweep in late Friday night and Saturday, bringing with it a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. By the time it gets to Central Alabama it may not have much moisture left. Still, there will probably end up being at least some shower and storm activity associated with it.
A severe risk would exist if the storms maintain their intensity into central Alabama. This is something we will have to watch closely throughout the week. Then models diverge regarding what happens Sunday into early next week.
Our latest forecast has Saturday night and Sunday mainly dry. Then a renewed, albeit low, chance of showers and storms returns for the beginning of next week. Details regarding this part of the forecast will be refined in the coming days.
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