Saturday starts off dry and dew point temperatures rise during the day instead of fall which will eventually set the stage for showers and storms.
Widely scattered showers and storms develop during the afternoon hours on Saturday, ahead of an approaching cold front. The best chance of this happening sets up across the northwest portion of the WBRC Fox 6 viewing area.
If you are going to the game in Tuscaloosa, I recommend packing a poncho just in case. Overall, it looks like the best chance sets up north of the city.
On Saturday evening, the cold front continues to drop southward and will bring the best chance for showers and storms to central Alabama when this happens. Showers and storms will be widely scattered in nature which means we'll see more areas not get rain than get rain.
On Sunday, the front continues pushing southward along with the warm and humid air. Areas north of I-20 will notice cooler and more comfortable conditions on Sunday afternoon. South of I-20 it will still be humid with spotty showers and storms forming.
On Monday, the front will be near the I-20 corridor if not slightly south. The air to the north of the front will be most refreshing and in the lower 60s in the morning hours. South of the front it will be warmer and in the lower 70s to start. Areas south of the front will also see a few pop up showers and storms during the afternoon hours.
Be sure to watch the news this evening for a closer look at the future radar for this weekend,
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist