First Alert: Scattered rain & storms are possible today
Cold front brings drier conditions and lower humidity values next week.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The warm, somewhat muggy and at times rainy week will continue through the first half of weekend. As, scattered rain and a few thunderstorms will develop again today.
Saturday will not be a washout or bring severe weather to central or south Alabama... the worst we see (or hear) is rumbles of thunder and some brief gusts of higher wind. A few showers and storms remain possible tonight as well, but the evening hours will have much less in the way of rain and storm activity.
Temperatures for most of us will top out in the mid and upper 80s through the weekend. Exact temperatures in your back yard will be dependent upon cloud coverage and whether or not you see any rain or storm action... we saw yesterday with many staying in the 70s for most of the day courtesy of rain.
The drop in humidity will allow for completely dry and comfortable conditions next week and the sky will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy with no rain or thunderstorms in the forecast through at least next Friday!
Temperatures next week will mainly be in the upper 80s, but there is a chance of some low 90s in the hotter locations. Overnight lows will come down thanks to the drop in humidity, from the lower 70s now to the 60s next week.
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