We've had 39 days with measurable rainfall since June 1 in Birmingham. Of course, that report comes from the airport and we have some areas with more and some with less.
Officially, we've receive 23.60" of rainfall with the average at 10.55".
We're tracking more rain and storms this afternoon through the early evening. Rain chances are a bit lower this evening. Fortunately, the flood watch has been lifted for much of the area Friday. Temperatures are climbing into the mid 80s where we are seeing some sunshine. Expect mostly cloudy skies Friday night with lows in the lower 70s.
First Alert: We could see some patchy fog tonight and overnight. Expect visibility less than one mile in places. The fog should clear by 9am Saturday morning.
Saturday morning should be mainly dry with scattered storms during the afternoon and evening. Rain chances will climb after 2pm and continue through the early evening. Highs will reach the upper 80s to around 90 degrees. We'll again see some showers and storms Sunday with highs in the upper 80s. While no severe weather is expected, we could see some additional flash flooding.
Rain chances will remain high through Monday. I still think we'll see slightly drier air Tuesday and Wednesday with rain chances decreasing. Highs next week will reach the upper 80s.
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