A cold front continues to slowly make it's way through our state.
Today the best chances of rain will be to our southeastern counties, but due to our dry air that was in place before the front arrived we only have about a 20-percent chance of showers for those areas.
Look for highs today to only make it up the the mid-80s in most places under variably cloudy skies...and NW winds around 5 mph.
Tonight should see gradual clearing...light winds...and lows near 58.
We are expecting a secondary shot of cool air by Thursday of this week. Highs are expected to drop out of the 80s and into the 70s for Thursday through the start of our weekend...lows will likely drop into the low to mid-50s under mostly clear skies.
Temps are expected to warm a little going into early next week, but not much. By next Monday look for morning temps near 60-degrees and highs in the low 80s.
Have a great Tuesday, and I hope you enjoy that expected cooler weather!
Mickey Ferguson, WBRC First Alert weather