TONIGHT: We’re anticipating a few scattered showers and storms through the night. Most storms stay below severe limits, but some gusts of wind and small hail can’t be ruled out in a stronger storm. Overall rain amounts will be low and many will remain dry. Best odds for a few scattered storms looks to be along and east of US 45 into West Alabama. Look for a partly cloudy sky with lows Wednesday Night falling into the low 60s. Look for south winds between 2-7 mph.
THURSDAY: A few more isolated showers/storms are possible. Most stay dry. Look for a partly cloudy sky with temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 80s.
FRIDAY – SATURDAY: High pressure holds on allowing more sunshine with a few fair weather clouds. Look for highs to soar into the upper 80s with a few 90s not out of the question.
SUNDAY – EARLY NEXT WEEK: The upper level ridge is weakened a bit by a trough to our northwest, which could lead to a few isolated to scattered showers and storms Sunday and Monday. Highs remain in the mid to upper 80s with a partly cloudy sky. Lows fall into the mid to upper 60s.
MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK: We think we’ll dry back out, but trends are being monitored for some summer-time pop-up showers and storms. If that ends up being the case, we’ll see some isolated showers and storms in the afternoon with temperatures remaining in the upper 80s.
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