MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - A solid soaking rain made for great sleeping weather (minus the thunder) last night. While we still have a few showers on our radar, we're much quieter this morning. We'll continue to trend drier as Tuesday wears on, which is great news for baseball fans. But before you start thinking we're done with the rain for awhile, hold on. More wet weather is heading our way...
TODAY: With a cold front pushing southward through the region, the bulk of our wet weather is getting nudged into south Alabama right now. Scattered showers will continue this morning across our far southern counties while only patchy drizzle remains elsewhere. Some of that drizzle is failing to show up on radar, but our Alfa cams confirm a few raindrops sticking around. The general trend will be for the highest rain chances to remain across our far southern counties with only isolated light showers elsewhere. That means much of the second half of the day will be generally dry, although clouds will still hang on.
I'd anticipate no more than a 20% chance of rain for the Biscuits game tonight with some of the cloud cover starting to actually erode away. Really not a bad forecast for baseball at all.
NEXT ROUND OF RAIN: While we will start Wednesday dry, it won't end that way. Another ripple of energy will ride along the stalled front and allow a fresh round of rain to overspread the region. Rain develops later in the day and will be a player through much of the night into early Thursday.
Once again, this renewed wave is not expected to produce an severe weather.
Our weekend still looks fantastic with sunshine return and temperatures warming well into the 70s to around 80 degrees by Sunday.