Central AL Forecast: A Few Early Evening Storms

After an active day of weather, it will be a quieter overnight. Showers and storms will linger through the early evening, but it will trend drier after midnight and the skies will clear out slightly. I'm calling for a partly cloudy sky with lows holding in the 70s. 

Tomorrow, we will actually have a nice little dry slot of air move in which will zap much chance for rain. Not that I can rule out any chance of rain at all, but it's safe to say that tomorrow we will have the fewest communities impacted by wet weather. Highs will be much hotter. We're back in the low to mid 90s Tuesday. 

Independence Day will feature the traditional heat and humidity with chance of rain. Rain and storms will likely be during the afternoon and early evening. At this point, have a plan in case there are some storms that linger into the evening and disrupt any fireworks displays. I am hopeful that most rain will be ending by then, but it's important to keep an watchful eye out. Highs will be around 90° on teh Fourth. 

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