Central AL Forecast: Storms Back for Wednesday Afternoon


TONIGHT: Once the sun sets and the atmosphere cools off, we’ll continue seeing partly cloudy skies & quiet weather late tonight.  It will remain warm & humid overnight as well…expecting temperatures tomorrow morning in the low to mid 70s areawide.

Afternoon rain chances tomorrow do look a little bit better compared to today.  These will be in the form of scattered storms versus just isolated showers. As with any robust summer storm, we could run into a few isolated reports of storm damage, mostly in the form of trees & power lines getting knocked down.  Highs in the low 90s. Rain chance at 40%.

The 4th of July forecast is essentially a rinse-and-repeat of tomorrow’s forecast.  If you have any outdoor plans, stay cool & hydrated! Also be on the lookout for storms to start popping up mid-afternoon and, regrettably, into the early evening when fireworks displays begin after sunset at ~8 PM.  Highs in the mid 90s, lows in the mid 70s. Rain chance at 40%.

FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND: More of the same for Friday…summer heat, afternoon storms.  Highs in the 90s, lows in the 70s. Afternoon rain chance at 40%.

For this weekend, the rain coverage shouldn’t be quite as scattered Saturday afternoon.  Most of us will only see a mostly sunny sky during the day while temperatures remain the same as this work week.  Putting Saturday’s rain chance at only 20%, while Sunday we move back up to 40%.

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