FRIDAY: Rain is only the way. After a quiet, but cloudy start afternoon rain and storms likely. Rain begins to our west around noon then moves across I-65 between 2-4pm and slides into east Alabama between 4pm-6pm. There will be some isolated thunderstorms, but at this time, that will not include a threat for severe weather. There will be some storms that produce very gusty winds and heavy rain, but these will move in and out quickly. Highs Friday in the mid 50s.
SATURDAY: The rain clears out before sunrise, and the sky becomes sunny by afternoon. Morning temperatures will range between the mid 40s to our north to the mid 50s south of I-20. Where the sky clear out faster is where temperatures start out cooler. Highs Saturday hold in the 60s.
SUNDAY: It will be a little rainy Sunday, although not a complete wash out. Morning temps in the 40s, highs in the 60s.
Rain chances won’t be quite as robust for the start of the work week, but we could still see some showers around Monday and Tuesday as upper-level disturbances move in. Strong or severe storms don’t appear likely in this scenario either, but temperatures will be on the way up during this time.