SUNDAY NIGHT: Staying dry through midnight, then a slight chance of rain east of I-65. Clouds increase, with lows in the low to mid 60s.
MONDAY & TUESDAY: Moisture sneaks back into Alabama behind the front, and so we’ll see some showers and storms return to the forecast to start out the work-week. This will be a familiar forecast for us by now. Warm and humid through the day, with numerous showers and storms bubbling up Monday afternoon and evening. Lingering showers Monday night, with additional showers and storms through the first half of Tuesday. Rainfall totals will be uneven, with some spots at less than a half inch while others could exceed 3 inches.
WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY: Dry air pushes in from the east to round out the work-week, shutting down rain chances and leading to what should be a pleasant stretch. Yes, high temperatures will trend a bit higher, but the lower humidity will keep those mid-80s highs feeling tolerable. There’s a small chance enough moisture creeps in by Friday afternoon to trigger a few showers east of I-65, but most spots should stay dry.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: We look to stay dry over the weekend, with highs in the low 80s Saturday, and creeping back to the upper 80s Sunday.
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