We're watching the storms to our west very closely tonight. It looks like we're seeing a considerable weakening as the storms track to the east. With wind shear lacking, these storms will turn into primarily rain producers for Northwest Alabama. In the Fox 6 viewing area, we will likely get some heavy rain, wind gusts over 20mph, and some lightning overnight. The best chance for rain and storms will be Marion and Lamar Counties.
West Alabama will experience some rain and thunderstorms tomorrow morning, but the best chance of stronger storms will occur during the afternoon. Let me stress - it looks like storms tomorrow will remain below severe limits. We will have some thunder and lightning.
You'll see spotty showers and storms during the afternoon as a cool front nears the area.
Temperatures tomorrow will reach the lower 80s with partly sunny skies. Rain chances will taper off during the evening hours. Looks like drier weather for Thursday and milder temperatures just in time for the Memorial Day Weekend.
Fox 6 Chief Meteorologist