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FIRST ALERT: Localized showers and storms

August 4, 2020 at 10:10 PM

Jill Gilardi

Meteorologist

Jill Gilardi

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - The chance for a stray shower or two will continue through the late evening hours. Most locations will remain dry for the remainder of the night, with a noticeable cool down into the 60s. The temperatures have already decreased nicely this evening, with most areas in the 70s. There is a good chance some locations to the north could start the day in the morning with lows near 64º. We will also need to monitor for some fog development overnight. Enjoy the early morning conditions because it won’t take long for temperatures to rebound into the 80s. We will have another mostly dry day for Wednesday, with afternoon highs nearing 90º. We will continue to mention a 20% chance for an isolated shower or storm in the afternoon.

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