We’re looking and a warm and quiet evening around here. Temperatures will cool from the 80s back into the 70s and that southeasterly breeze will continue. Get out there and enjoy it!
Big changes are in store for Thursday. The current thinking is that a line of storms will push into the western half of our area around daybreak. The storms will be in somewhat of a weakening phase as they march into our part of the world but some severe weather remains possible. The most likely severe impact (if we see it) would be from wind gusts in excess of 60 mph. The threat of hail and an isolated tornado isn’t zero but it’s on the lower end of the spectrum. It does appear as if the storms will intensify again Thursday afternoon in Alabama… hopefully just east of our coverage area. Anywhere between 1.5″ and 3+” of rain may fall on Thursday so be sure to keep your umbrella close at hand. Temperatures in the 60s will be the norm once the rain starts to fall. Skies will clear from west to east during the afternoon and we should be all clear by the evening hours.
High pressure returns for Friday and Saturday and that means a return to fantastic spring weather. Southerly breezes will usher in warmer air and humidity starting Sunday and that may give rise to some of those isolated to scattered showers and storms once again.