Our rain chances look to be more isolated today verses yesterday. We begin the day with overcast skies and temps in the 60s. Today look for mostly cloudy skies...highs in the low to mid 80s and a 30-percent chance of showers.
Tonight most of the showers are expected to dissipate...and under mostly cloudy skies look for lows near 62.
Wednesday calls for variably cloudy skies...highs in the mid-80s...a 20-percent chance of showers...and south winds at 5-10.
Thursday will probably be the best day to see sunshine this week with a slim chance of a shower...look for highs to again top out in the mid-80s.
On Friday into Saturday our air mass become rather soupy again and heat activated showers in the afternoon are again possible...look for highs in the mid 80s...lows near 60s.
Late Saturday night into Sunday morning a cold front is expected to push a line of showers and thunderstorms across our area. The timing and severity of this system is still uncertain, but at this point tornadoes are not expected.
Have a great Tuesday!
Mickey Ferguson, WBRC First Alert weather