An upper-level trough will continue to make for some stormy weather this weekend. The active weather should calm down tonight, but we'll see another round of scattered storms Saturday afternoon. While we will see a few storms during the morning, the best chance for stronger storms will occur between 2pm and 6pm. Our RPM model has a good breakdown of tomorrow's forecast.
Here's what we can expect: Hail and gusty winds will be the primary threats. I would also anticipate frequent cloud to ground lightning. The tornado threat will remain low, but I can't rule an isolated low-end tornado with this system.
Sunday looks a bit drier with the best chance of rain and storms mainly in East Alabama through the morning and early afternoon. Temperatures this weekend will reach the lower to mid 80s. Monday and Tuesday both look dry with plenty of sunshine expected both days. Highs Monday will likely reach around 90 degrees.
Fox 6 Chief Meteorologist