Central AL Forecast: Storms Fizzle Tonight. Tropical Depression forms.


A few storms lifting into north Alabama as temperatures hold in the 70s. Tomorrow will be a lot like today. Mild morning, followed by a hot and humid afternoon and a few isolated thunderstorms. These storms are capable of producing heavy rain, gusty winds, and frequent lightning. Stay weather aware with these summertime afternoon storms.

While the temperatures are heating up in Alabama, the Tropics are starting to become a bit more active as well. Tonight, Tropical Depression Eight has formed in the Gulf and that storm will track West towards Texas. Alabama will have very little impact, however coastal Texas could see upwards of 5-8 inches in spots. Easily many locations inland could receive 2-5 inches.

As we look ahead this week, there is little change to the steamy weather across central Alabama. I’m not sure about you, but I’m ready for a break. Unfortunately, it won’t be this week. Afternoons remain hot and the threat for afternoon showers stays in the forecast through at least early next week.

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