Tonight: Temperatures again drop into the low 60s. We remain mostly clear through the night. Some spots could see some patchy fog develop before sunrise.

Monday-Tuesday: Rain chances begin starting in the late morning and early afternoon in West and Northwest Alabama. Areas with the best chances to see rain before 5 pm include Hamilton, Fayette, Sulligent, Reform, Gordo, Tuscaloosa, Jasper, Haleyville, and Bessemer.

As we head into Monday evening, more rain and storms move in from the Northwest. Still, rain chances overnight will taper off from Northwest to Southeast some. Those north and west of I-59/20 will have a better chance to see rain than those south and east. Rain eventually becomes more widespread late Monday night into Tuesday morning, with off and on showers likely through most of the day Tuesday.

The Rest of the Week

As the rain moves out, cooler and drier air moves in late Tuesday into Wednesday. With the rain sticking around all day Tuesday, that will be the coolest day of the week, with temperatures staying shy of 70°. Temperatures remain in the 70s Wednesday afternoon, and dry air filters in from the northwest. We’ll see temperatures and dewpoints trend up through the end of the week, and rain chances make a return by the weekend.

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