We began this morning under fair skies and temps in the 60s to 70s. Our dew points are in the 60s in most areas this morning.
A frontal boundary has stalled out about halfway through our area. As a result areas to the north will experience drier air, and areas to the south more muggy air today.
Expect mostly sunny skies...highs in the low 90s...and a N wind around 5mph.
Tonight should be mostly clear, with lows in the upper 60s.
We are expected to hold on to dry conditions for Friday, with just a slight chance of an afternoon shower Saturday.
Sunday brings us a 20-to-30 percent chance of showers.
Our next best chance of rain comes on the 4th and the days to follow going into next week.
We could use the rain, but it does look like the weather will cooperate for us to get a few dogs on the grill this weekend.
Have a good one!
Mickey Ferguson, WBRC First Alert weather