Scattered rain continues this morning all across Central Alabama and is set to continue for the day ahead. While it won’t be a complete washout, chances of seeing one or two passing showers this afternoon as you go about your day are good. A few of those may evolve into storms, but the odds of those storms turning severe is LOW.
While the humidity may feel quite sticky today, the temperatures should be mild by June standards with highs in the mid 80s. The rain coverage should fade away overnight tonight with mainly cloudy skies. Overnight lows expected in the low 70s.
As a sluggish area of low pressure drags through the region, rain chances will remain elevated for both tomorrow & Monday as well. The nature of the rain should remain the same as yesterday & today…isolated in nature, scattered in coverage. A few storms may pop up here & there, but luckily, no organized severe storms are expected. Temperatures should remain consistent through Monday…highs in the mid 80s, lows in the low 70s.
The deep moisture currently in place in the Deep South will finally exit the region by Tuesday, giving us our first day of primarily sunshine. Expect partly cloudy skies Tuesday with a lower 20% chance of rain. There will be another chance of isolated showers on Wednesday, but the end of next week looks dry and cool by June standards. Overnight lows will drop to the low 60s, maybe even upper 50s Thursday & Friday morning.