Central AL Forecast: Comfortable, less humid weather on the way


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TOMORROW: Winds will continue veering to the Northwest as the day moves on tomorrow.  It will be breezy throughout the day with 10 to 15 mph NW winds.  The humidity will be much lower and it will feel more comfortable outside as a result!  Expect a mostly sunny sky with no chance of rain.  Highs below average for mid-June in the low 80s.

FRIDAY: As we’ve hinted at earlier this week, Friday morning will be noticeably cool for a mid-June morning…we’re expecting low temperatures to be about 10° below average.  That means mid & upper 50s areawide just before sunrise!  Enjoy it while it lasts, because we’ll be flipping back to classic summer weather right after that Saturday.

Friday afternoon should be pleasant with mostly sunny skies and highs closer to average for June in the mid & upper 80s.  The humidity will once again be tolerable, just like tomorrow.

THIS WEEKEND: Tropical moisture quickly returns to Alabama on Saturday, bringing with it high humidity and slightly more clouds in the sky.  Expect partly cloudy skies on Saturday and no notable chance of rain.  Highs in the upper 80s, lows in the mid 60s.

For Father’s Day on Sunday, it will be the typical summer day in Alabama.  Mainly dry & warm for the first half of the day, then a 40% chance of afternoon showers & storms & high humidity.  Highs close to 90°, lows in the low 70s.

EARLY NEXT WEEK: The summer pattern is set to keep on going as the subtropical ridge takes over.  Monday to Wednesday looks like a very consistent summer forecast…rain chances hovering at around 40 to 50 percent each day.  Highs staying close to 90°, lows staying in the low 70s.

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