TONIGHT: It remains dry and mild. Temperatures will hold in the low 60s. Clouds increase.
TUESDAY: The morning will be mostly cloudy, but void of much rain. By 11am, rain begins creeping into West Alabama. throughout the afternoon that rain becomes more widespread through central and East Alabama. A marginal risk ( on a scale of 1 to 5, a 1) of storms south of I-20. Tuesday will be a rain event. Highs stay in the mid to upper 70s.
WEDNESDAY: Although fewer people will get wet Wednesday, there is an increased chance of some stronger storms Wednesday. These will be very isolated but will come in waves starting early Wednesday morning, north of I-20. Another batch of thunderstorms develops late afternoon west of I-65 and near the I-20 corridor. Temperatures will jump back into the mid 80s on Wednesday.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY: More isolated, spring-time storms possible. Plus, a COOL down. Thursday’s highs in the 60s. temps fall into the upper 40s and low 50s Thursday night. Highs on Friday, pleasant, in the mid 60s.
EASTER WEEKEND: More sun than clouds, a stray shower possible. Highs in the upper 60s Saturday with low 70s on Sunday. A well deserved nice weekend.