BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - We're seeing a mostly clear sky tonight with overnight lows around 73.
Friday, we can expect the moisture to increase and also mean a better chance for widely scattered showers and storms. There may be a few ongoing showers and storms at the time of high school football games but more games will be dry than wet.
For Saturday and Sunday, a 30 percent rain coverage during the afternoon hours. The greatest chance looks to set up north of I-20.
It’s going to be very hot for the Alabama-Texas A&M game on Saturday afternoon and there is a small chance for rain. Temperatures in Auburn will be in the upper 80s at kickoff and rain chances look low.
Fall officially begins on Saturday evening, but the temperatures certainly will not feel like Fall. Fall officially begins at 8:54 p.m. and that means the first full day of fall is on Sunday.
Major changes are coming up next week. It looks like we will be tracking two cold fronts and the first will impact us by Wednesday with our best chance for rain. Near normal temperatures by Thursday and then the big question is will we see a second cold front to ring in October. One model seems to think so and is most aggressive with the cold air but another model does not show the cold air dipping this far south.