THURSDAY EVENING: A few more scattered showers and storms are possible this evening and overnight. No severe storms are expected. Lows in the low to mid 70s.
FRIDAY: Scattered storms are again likely off and on throughout the day. Highs rebound into the low 90s for most, but again rain coverage and timing could disrupt high temperature forecasts for some of us. Severe storms are not expected, but a few disruptive storms with frequent lightning, heavy rain, and gusty winds can’t be ruled out.
Isolated flooding issues are possible, particularly in Central Alabama where we think the most persistent storm activity will be.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Hot and humid with isolated showers and storms through this weekend. Temperatures continue to climb and the heat index climbs above 105° over the weekend. Scattered storms are likely to develop both days, but not everyone will see rain.
NEXT WEEK: After a hot and sticky start to the week, early indications support some drier air moving in by mid week to bring relief to those storm chances and high heat index values.