FIRST ALERT: Lingering rain Tuesday, storms return Wednesday p.m.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - The rain exits east Alabama Tuesday night and we will see temperatures falling into the middle 60s. A First Alert for widely scattered afternoon showers and storms tomorrow as a front moves in. Highs in the lower 80s.
The front will usher in much drier air by Thursday which will mean cooler starts and comfy afternoons. Thursday and Friday morning will be the most refreshing! Temperatures will start off both mornings in the lower 60s and upper 50s. The great weather will likely extend into Labor Day weekend with temperatures in the afternoon hours gradually warming up into the upper 80s. We could be back into the lower 90s by early next week. Rain chances look slim to none starting Thursday and going into early next week.
So, a lot has happened in the Tropics since we focused on Ida the past couple of days. We had Julian which has fizzled out, we have Tropical Depression Kate in the middle of the Atlantic that will stay out to sea, we have a strong wave with a high chance of formation off the African coast and a system in the Caribbean with a low chance of development.
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