Central AL Forecast: A Few Showers Tuesday. Warmer by Wednesday.


TUESDAY: Mainly cloudy skies; a few isolated showers.  Stuck in our current pattern of unsettled weather.  With no main driver of our wet weather, it’s a bit hard to say who exactly will see rain tomorrow and who won’t.  If anything though, it’ll just be brief light showers during the day Tuesday. Temperatures stay mild with highs in the low 70s.  Rain chance at 40%.

WEDNESDAY: More pockets of sunshine, but still a few brief showers.  Staying warm throughout the day…morning temps in the 60s, afternoon highs in the upper 70s.  Rain chance at 30%.

THURSDAY: Staying mainly dry and WARM.  Climbing into the 80s for Thursday afternoon.  Most of us will NOT see rain, but can’t completely rule out some brief afternoon showers.  Rain chance at 20%.

FRIDAY: Scattered rain returns Friday night, maybe a few storms.  An approach cold front Friday will give us the catalyst we need to see rain across much of the region as we head into Friday evening.  Mostly cloudy before the rain arrives. Staying fairly warm before the front…lows in the mid 60s, highs in the upper 70s.

WEEKEND: Cooling down behind the front.  Rain sticks around for Saturday morning, but tapering off in the afternoon as dry air pushes in.  Expecting us to reach the 40s by Sunday morning.

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