Thunderstorms continue to move through Central Alabama tonight. The storms aren’t severe, but are producing lots of heavy rain, lightning, and gusty wind. The storms look like they are holding on, maintaining their strength, as they move south. We think the storms will be all done by midnight or shortly thereafter. We’ll expect some clouds and mild temperatures overnight and lows will fall to the mid 70s Thursday morning.
Get ready for the heat and humidity to return Thursday afternoon. High temperatures are set to get close to the numbers we saw Monday, when we reached the highest temperatures we’ve felt this year so far. Mid 90s are likely, with a few spots getting to the upper 90s. The humidity will make it feel like 100° or more during the hottest part of the day. The same goes for Friday afternoon as well. Rain chances the next two days look spotty at best, so heat relief in the form of rain isn’t too likely.
After the sweltering heat, this weekend is looking less hot and humid, but with plenty of sunshine and no rain chances. Both Saturday and Sunday will feature highs in the upper 80s and near 90, but with a little less humidity than we’ve had recently. Go out and enjoy. Temperatures will go up for the start of next work week, and will stay in the low 90s.
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