It will remain a damp and rainy night across Alabama. There will be some impacts to that morning commute tomorrow as well. Consider leaving a few minutes early as roads will be slick and there will still be showers in the area. Overnight temperatures will stay in the mid to upper 40s.
By Friday afternoon, the heaviest rain begins to move south of the I-20 corridor and the sky begins to clear towards the northern half of the state. A moment of sunshine isn’t completely out of the question from Hamilton to Cullman. Highs tomorrow will reach into the mid 50s.
By Saturday morning, with a clear sky, tempertures will tumble into the low 30s. We will slowly climb into the mid 50s by afternoon with plenty of sunshine to share.
Our next rain maker: Sunday night rain starts to (re)develop in west Alabama and we will have isolated showers through Monday. This will be mainly a rain event, but there is a possibility of an isolated rumble of thunder. Limits will remain below severe.
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