BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Isolated to scattered shower possibilities will continue but the abundance of clouds will actually limit rain development but conditions will continue to be unseasonably warm and muggy. Rain chances should end early this evening with mild conditions and above average overnight lows. Southerly winds at the surface will be light Sunday and Monday as high pressure builds strength over the Gulf States. There could be a few isolated showers Sunday morning but most areas will remain dry. There could even be a slight chance for rain Monday in areas to the north but rain chances will be limited until a cold front approaches bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms. There will likely be a threat of strong to isolated severe thunderstorms with the possibility of gusty winds and hail.
However the potential for severe weather still appears limited. The front will move through the area Wednesday and Wednesday night but rain chances will linger behind the front into the early hours Thursday. Chances actually look to be behind the front Wednesday. Cooler temperatures will accompany the front beginning Wednesday. Some rain may linger in areas to the south and east before the front finally moves through Alabama bringing cooler, drier
conditions through the end of the work week. There is still a chance for a shower this afternoon for the Rice at UAB game but conditions should be drier for tonight's LSU at Alabama game.