Monday will be the last day in this very unsettled weather pattern that’s plagued Central Alabama with tons of rain. In the meantime, showers and t-storms will fire up in a very unstable air mass this afternoon, with a line of showers and storms moving through later tonight. Just like yesterday, we expect most of the storms to be below severe criteria, with just mainly heavy rain and lightning as the main threats. However, storms that settle over one area could cause some localized flooding like we saw yesterday in Clanton. We’ll watch the radar closely and give you any updates on social media if necessary. The rain will be mostly out of here by the overnight, but a few showers may linger into the early morning hours on Tuesday.
A much drier, and cooler weather pattern develops for the middle of the work week. Temperatures will be trending 5-10 degrees cooler than average starting on Wednesday and lasting until Friday. We’ll also see abundant sunshine during the afternoons, and cool, clear mornings. A few of those morning temps will dip into the upper and middle 40s.
By next weekend, we’ll see a warming trend develop, with highs back in the 80s under a mostly sunny sky for both weekend days.
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