First Alert: Hot start to the week with showers and storms Monday afternoon and evening
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Happy Sunday! First Alert AccuTrack shows showers and storms across central Alabama moving south and to the west. A few pop ups are expected through about 10 p.m. as will dry out overnight as we head into Monday. Tonight, expect a partly cloudy to mostly cloudy night sky with winds from the southeast around 5 mph and temperatures falling into the 60s.
More showers and storms Monday: Monday afternoon brings us a chance for showers and thunderstorms. The day will likely start with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies and end Monday night with a mostly cloudy sky. Daytime highs are trending into the upper 80s. Overnight lows will likely reach the mid 60s.
Summertime weather pattern this week: This upcoming week looks like a typical summertime pattern for Alabama. Almost every day will give us a chance for an isolated shower or storm. Rain chances around 20 to 40 percent, greater rain chances are likely with the heating of the day. Showers and storms are possible through Thursday. We will most likely see highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s with overnight lows in the 60s. There’s a chance we could see slightly cooler and drier air filter into Alabama by the end of next week. Friday is trending dry for now and conditions look dry as we head into next weekend. The coolest temperatures this week are those morning low temperatures Friday and Saturday starting in the lower 60s.
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