The rain is finally moving out! A few passing sprinkles are popping up on radar Sunday morning, but if you see a few drops of rain, it won’t last long. The majority of Central Alabama will remain dry with temperatures dropping into the mid to upper-60’s overnight Saturday. Passing showers continue to slide through the southern half of the state as a cold front is pushing through. Skies will start to clear as winds shift out of the north behind the cold front. This means it is going to start to feel much less humid and temperatures will be down into the lower-80’s on Sunday!
With all the recent rain, there is a flooding risk for the next few days along rivers and creeks. Also, while we are starting to clear out and dry out, fog could impact travel Saturday night into Sunday morning.
There’s a small chance of a passing shower on Sunday to our south. But, leaving rain chances out of the forecast because we the vast majority of Central Alabama will stay dry. It’ll start to feel less humid Sunday with a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures will be in the low 80’s. We will see the return of sunshine and mostly clear skies for Monday and Tuesday. Overnight, temperatures will drop down to near the 60 degree mark, making for a great summer forecast.
No threat of rain until late next week. Isolated shower are possible Thursday with better rain chances Friday and Saturday.
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