REST OF TONIGHT/TOMORROW: The wet weather we were tracking earlier has dissipated so you can expect dry conditions through the rest of the night. It does feel very warm and tropical due to the plentiful moisture in the air. We could see some patchy fog again tomorrow morning, with lows in the mid 70s. Tomorrow is going to be much like today with a good period of sunshine before lunchtime and temperatures reaching the mid 90s by early afternoon. Scattered showers and storms will be firing up later in the day so this could bring another brief drop in temperatures for the late afternoon and early evening.
REST OF THE WEEK: You can expect another period of very hot weather on Wednesday but there will be an increasing threat for showers and storms after lunchtime. The threat for storms will be even higher on Thursday as a weak cold front enters the region. In fact, we will likely see some of our wettest weather of the week during the Thursday through Saturday stretch. I still think we will enjoy some dry periods during this time but be on the lookout for a passing storm in the afternoon and evening hours. The main threats will be high winds, frequent lightning, and hail. The one good thing is that the wet weather will bring lower daytime temperatures, with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s over the weekend. You can see the latest long range forecast numbers in the WBRC Weather App. You can download the free app by searching WBRC in your app store.
Fox6 Meteorologist Wes Wyatt