A slow moving cold front is poised to move..slowly..into Central Alabama over the next few days. Rain will be possible through the day on Sunday, mostly north of I-20/59. Don’t expect any thunderstorms with this system, just some steady light and moderate rain over the next few days. Highs will be in the mid 60s this afternoon with a mostly cloudy sky for those that don’t see any rain.
The same sort of set up exists for Monday and Tuesday as the front continues to progress slowly east. Rain chances look a little less on Monday, but ramp up again on Tuesday as the front finally starts to move out. Cooler air will filter in by Wednesday, and the last of the moisture could produce some light morning rain for the middle of the week.
Cooler and drier weather prevails for the end of the work week and start of the weekend. It will be cooler compared to the weather we’ve seen recently, but actually we’ll just be closer to our average highs and lows. Highs from Thursday-Saturday will range from the upper 50s to near 60 in the afternoon, to the low 40s in the mornings.
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