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  Scattered rain today, Sunday could be a washout

Periods of rain are likely

  Rain potentially returning to the forecast soon

First Alert: Shot of very cold air to invade Alabama next week

  Some rain chances are back in the forecast!

  Warming up this weekend, so when will wet weather return?

  Warm-up on the way for the weekend

  Warmer weather to arrive for the weekend

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  Sunny, mild afternoons and chilly nights

  Quiet, sunny workweek in progress!

  Sunday’s cold front has brought lovely workweek weather

  A Sunday cold front brings changes to Alabama

  Cooler weather has arrived!

  Looking dry and sunny into the weekend

  Tropical humidity and warmth with scattered showers, storms possible

A few showers are expected today, but coverage will grow as we head into Wednesday

  Eta in Gulf, will send muggy air and rain chances our way

Scattered showers and perhaps a few thunderstorms are possible Tuesday and Wednesday.

  Eta heading for Gulf, will combine with front to bring enhanced rain chances

Showers and a few thunderstorms are possible Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

  Remains mostly cloudy and mild for the rest of the weekend

A few showers and perhaps a storm can’t be ruled out to kick off the weekend

  Rain chance up a little Saturday, still watching progress of Eta

  From the 30s to near 80 over the next week

  Temperatures become cold tonight!

  A seasonably Fall-like weekend is in store!

  Cool, dry weather dominates for the next week

  Tropical Storm Zeta and a cold front set to impact us mid-week

  Warm with scattered rain Saturday

Plus a look at what’s brewing in the Tropics...

  Rain chance rises as the weekend approaches

Coverage will be around 40% or so Friday-Saturday.

  Warmer than normal temperatures continue

Mid-80s are likely in several locations today, tomorrow and early next week.

  Unseasonably warm 80s going nowhere

Most of us will reach 80-85° each day through at least Sunday.

  Slow warm-up underway

Temperatures in the middle 80s are back in the forecast

  Warmer temperatures are on the way for the workweeek

80-degree temps return

  Another fall front followed by another surge of unseasonably warm air

We’ll go from the 40s Saturday morning to the 80s next week.

  Warm sunshine through Thursday

Plenty of sunshine expected each day through next weekend.

  Shower chances linger this evening, but sunshine returns for the workweek

And a taste of Fall is back in our forecast!

  Rain chances from Delta linger into Sunday

Very low tornado risk in east Alabama

  Delta to hit same areas as Laura, only low-end impacts expected locally

Scattered showers and storms are possible Friday, with a higher chance come Saturday.

  Central and South Alabama to receive rain from Hurricane Delta, not much else

A few areas of showers are possible Thursday and Friday, with higher rain chances Saturday.

  Could the name “Delta” be retired from the Greek alphabet hurricane naming list?

If Hurricane Delta is deadly or costly enough to meet name retirement criteria, would Delta be taken off the list of the Greek alphabet names?

  Hurricane Delta is now a category 4 storm

Extensive impacts likely for Yucatan Peninsula and parts of Gulf Coast.

  Hurricane Delta soon enters the Gulf of Mexico

Rain chances ramp up to end the week and begin the weekend locally.

  Warming up and watching the Tropics

Temps return to the 80s soon and all eyes are on the Gulf!

  80 degree temperatures return next week

Plus the latest on the potential for a tropical depression in the Gulf

  Picture perfect Fall weekend expected!

Highs remain in the 70s with overnight lows in the upper 40s and low 50s

  Staying sunny, dry and comfortable for quite some time!

No day features more than a 10% chance of rain over the next 8 days -- at least!

  Fall-like weather in full effect for the next week

Highs will be in the 70s each day except for Thursday (80s) with all sunshine.

  We’ve got arguably the best 7-day forecast of 2020

Wall-to-wall sunshine, highs in the 70s to near 80 and comfy overnights ahead!

Odds of next named storm increasing in Caribbean; any risk to Gulf?

National Hurricane Center gives the Caribbean wave a 50% chance of development.

  Big drop in temperature expected thanks to our next cold front!

Scattered showers turn more widespread tonight, and some storms could bring strong wind gusts

  Two cold fronts on the way to Alabama

Two cold fronts are possible in the near future!

  Seasonably warm weekend, but feeling like Fall next week

Dry Saturday, but a few isolated showers/storms are possible Sunday

  Seasonably warm weekend ahead, then temps fall next week

Clouds will slowly fade away, and some sunshine will return by the weekend

  Rain ends, clouds linger

A low-end risk for a few strong to damaging wind gusts and a brief tornado or two exists.

  Rain chances grow Thursday

Low-end risk for strong to damaging wind gusts and a brief tornado Thursday

  Cooler than normal temps to kick off Fall

Daytime highs will only top out in the 70s now through Thursday

  A taste of Fall is in the air!

Highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s

  Drier weather on the way

More comfortable temperatures have arrived!

  Cooler air is on the way!

Hello, highs in the 70s!

  Rain and wind impacts from Sally continue for many overnight

Heavy rain, flooding, strong wind and isolated tornadoes are hazards

  Scattered showers today, more numerous this weekend

Tropical moisture will support scattered numerous showers and storms this weekend into next week.

  Rain and storm chances are rising

Rain coverage ramps up this weekend and into early next week.

  Need rain? We’ve got plenty of good chances ahead

Scattered to widespread showers and storms each day beginning Friday.

  Rain chance and humidity return later this week

40-50% chances for showers and storms each day beginning Thursday

  Humidity and rain chances now slowly return...

Best storm chances come Friday and this weekend.

  Great Labor Day forecast!

A stray shower or storm is possible Labor Day, but most will stay dry!

  Nearly as good as it gets for Labor Day weekend

Just a slight chance of a shower or storm both Sunday and Monday.

  Sunny, hot and mostly dry Labor Day Weekend

Rain chances for both Sunday and Labor Day have dropped even lower

  Drier, hotter pattern begins Wednesday

No day between Wednesday and Saturday features more than a 20% chance of rain.

  Heat builds by midweek

Followed by a couple of dry, sunny and very hot days.

  More scattered showers and storms Monday

Scattered rain for the weekend

  Scattered storms continue this afternoon

Rain chances will increase tomorrow thanks to Laura supplying more moisture

  Isolated rain through tomorrow, Scattered rain more likely by Friday

Rain chances stay lower around 30% on Thursday

  Laura strengthens quickly, heads for Texas/Louisiana coast

Much lower rain and storm coverage for Wednesday and Thursday.

  Marco to send rain our way today, then temps heat up

Attention will shift to Laura in the Caribbean, but we likely don't see any impacts until the end of the workweek

  Tracking a dual threat to the Gulf Coast with Marco and Laura

Both Tropical Storm Marco and Laura could impact Alabama

Scattered showers, storms possible through the weekend

The weekend won't be a washout

  Rain and storms continue, Tropics are very active

Scattered showers and storms are likely again Friday

Numerous showers and storms likely for the end of the workweek

70-80% chance of rain Thursday and Friday

  Mostly dry with slightly lower humidity today

Active pattern with more showers and storms returns Wednesday thru Saturday.

  Hot start to the week with more storms by Wednesday and beyond

Few showers and thunderstorms today with higher coverage later in the week.

  Isolated showers possible next couple days, but most stay dry

Rain chances rise by the middle of the week

  Dry, warm but less humid Sunday!

Drier air is filtering into the state

  Plenty of showers and thunderstorms through Saturday morning

Much above normal rain coverage for mid-August to end the week.

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