Central AL Forecast: Scattered Storms through Independence Day

Weather

FIREWORKS: Most of the thunderstorm activity dies down when the sun goes down. However, this does mean that there could be a few isolated storms that could impact some fireworks displays. However, it will not be a total washout across the area. Only isolated spots may have to wait for the rain to pass. Temperatures will remain mild in the evening in the 80s, and only bottom out in the low to mid 70s. 

FRIDAY: Isolated showers will be possible midday. But, better coverage is expected later in the day. It will be hot and humid in the low 90s. Skies will be mostly cloudy. 

WEEKEND: Scattered storms will continue through the weekend. Saturday looks to see better coverage than Sunday. It is going to be very hot and in the low 90s, with some locations climbing to the mid 90s. Heat index values will be nearing the triple digits. 

EARLY NEXT WEEK: Rain and storm chances will become more isolated into early next week. Temperatures will be climbing each afternoon and models are suggesting we could see our highest temperatures of the season so far by the end of the week. 

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