FIRST ALERT: A First Alert for less muggy weather by midweek, then the possibility of higher rain chances from a tropical system
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - THE NEXT 24 HOURS: The isolated shower and storm activity has moved into southern portions of our area. The rain will continue to move south, with gradual clearing through midnight. We may see patchy fog in the early morning, especially in areas that received rain today; low temperatures will be in the 70s.
Dry weather is expected on Tuesday, with a sunny sky, and highs near 90º. A dry northerly flow will bring in a less muggy air mass. This is going to make for a more tranquil Tuesday night, with lows in the 60s. The heat levels will back off on Wednesday, with highs in the 80s. You can expect another nice summer day, with lots of sunshine. We’ll experience another pleasant start on Thursday, with morning lows in the upper 50s and low 60s.
FIRST ALERT FOR TROPICAL IMPACTS LATE WEEK: A new tropical depression formed off of the east coast today and this system will be moving further east into the Atlantic. There is another system that is taking shape over the southern Gulf of Mexico. There is a good chance this system will become better organized within the next five days. There is a chance this system will move north later in the week and increase rain chances along the coast. This could also bring much higher rain chances to our area by Father’s Day. Stay weather alert as we monitor this system throughout the week. We will be posting updates on the First Alert Weather App and I’ll have updates starting at 9PM on WBRC Fox6 News.
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