Our driest day is Saturday, locally! The wettest weather sets up along the Gulf Coast, which is a bummer for all of you spending time down at the beach.
I added in a 20% chance for late PM showers across the southeast counties in the WBRC viewing area on Saturday but that's it.
I think the best chance for rain is when some of you are attending church services or doing an Easter egg hunt in the morning hours.
A piece of moisture lifts northward and the shower chance is pretty high especially for areas south of I-20 before noon.
On Sunday afternoon, the rain chance lowers to widely scattered aka 30% and the best chance for wet weather remains south.
The rain and storm complex that forms along the Gulf Coast will be quite disruptive and could lead to localized flooding. Strong storms can't be ruled out either.
There has been mention of possible severe storms across northwest Alabama and parts of central on Sunday PM and evening but if that complex to the south cuts off moisture and keeps instability down, then I don't think we will see much active weather. If anything changes we will be sure to let you know.
Either way, I hope you enjoy Easter weekend!
I'll have the latest hour-by-hour shower and storm forecast starting at 5am on WBRC,
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist