We begin our Tuesday morning with mostly cloudy skies and a few isolated showers moving through our far western counties. A Dense Fog Advisory is posted for our area until 9am. Expect overcast skies today...a few isolated showers and storms...highs in the mid-70s...and S winds around 10 mph.
Tonight should be continued cloudy...with a few scattered light rain showers pushing through. Lows tonight will likely reach the mid-60s...with south winds at 10-15 mph.
FIRST ALERT: We are still looking at the possibility of seeing strong to severe storms Wednesday afternoon and evening. The primary threat includes damaging straight-line winds and hail with this systems. There is a minimal threat of tornadoes, but a short-lived weak spin-up can not be ruled out. Most storms should be south of our area by 9pm.
Thursday through Sunday: We enter into a much more stable atmosphere to close out the week and into the weekend. Expect cooler, drier air with a mild warm-up going into next week.
Monday will likely bring increasing cloud cover and a chance of rain showers again by Monday night into Tuesday.
I hope you have a good one!
Mickey Ferguson, WBRC First Alert weather