BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) - After a very chilly and breezy Saturday our temperatures will slowly rise again. Not back into the 70's that we had last week but back into the 50's where our normal temperatures are for this time of year.
However with the slight warm up come another round of rain. The rain chances go up later into Sunday into Monday.
Your morning commute on Monday will be very wet. I expect some heavy downpours.
Temperatures should stay steady around 50 degrees.
The system has slowed down a bit so that means the rain will stretch into Tuesday morning as well.
Drying out late on Tuesday. Highs on Tuesday will only be in the upper 40's.
Some sunshine on Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the lower 50's but another wet weather maker will arrive Friday through Saturday.
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