SUNDAY EVENING: The rain exits East-Central Alabama by early evening, and we begin to dry out Sunday night. Cooler air builds in behind the rain, with temperatures falling into the 30s before sunrise Monday.

MONDAY-WEDNESDAY: Cool mornings will give way to mild and comfortable afternoons. Plenty of sunshine through each day. Mornings start out in the 30s and 40s, with afternoon temperatures climbing into the upper 50s and low 60s each afternoon.

THURSDAY & FRIDAY: Another cold front approaches the state towards the end of the work-week. There remains some model disagreement among timing and intensity of this next round of rain and storms. Our window for rain and storms looks to be Thursday from late morning into the early evening. There’s still some uncertainty with the exact intensity of storms, but at least a few strong to severe storms look likely. A Weather Aware is in place for Thursday.

Depending on where the heaviest rain falls, and how saturated spots are from previous rain over the previous 14 days, some minor flooding can’t be ruled out at this point.

NEXT WEEKEND: Cool and dry air builds back in for the weekend. Saturday looks to be chilly with high temperatures staying shy of 50°, with only a modest warmup of 5 or so degrees by Sunday.

Storm Team 7 Day