High temperatures on Friday and Saturday with the shallow cold air remaining. Rain will be heavy at times but severe weather is not a concern. Damaging winds will be the main threat along with heavy downpours that could cause areas of flooding. And more rain will move through before the month ends. Some scattered showers may remain.
This round will bring moderate to heavy showers and storms.
We will continue to monitor the forecast on this developing storm in the days ahead and keep you updated!
Tonight, we'll see an increase in clouds with temperatures in the lower 60s. Due to the timing of the front I think its likely much of extreme south and southeast Alabama will experience highs in the mid to upper 70s. It will be windy at times with gusts around 25 miles per hour.
The various computer models are in agreement that a significant, but complex storm system is likely to begin developing Tuesday night in the southern plains states then track up into the Midwest on Wednesday and Thursday. The high tides we're most concerned about are on Friday.
Tuesday Night.Partly cloudy. Tiny rain chance. Highs Wednesday will top out around 60 degrees.
The wet weekend continues today, as a steady rain moved into the region very early this morning, and will last through the early afternoon. After it is all said and done, rain totals could be around an inch in many locations.