Alabama’s Weather Heating Up

| June 10, 2013 @ 3:36 pm

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HERE COMES THE HEAT: Drier air now covers the northern half of Alabama in the wake of the storms early this morning, and temperatures are trending upward. Our weather will be rain-free tomorrow and Wednesday; the NAM is printing a high of 92 tomorrow and 95 Wednesday, and those look good here. Birmingham will finally reach 90 degrees for the first time this year. The sky will be partly to mostly sunny both days.

THURSDAY: A surface boundary will drop in from the north, and could kick off a few scattered showers or storms. Doesn’t look like a big rain event, however.

FRIDAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND: We expect mostly sunny days, fair nights, and little if any chance of rain. Temperatures will back off slightly, with a high around 90 degrees all three days, about where we should be for mid June in Alabama.

TROPICS: All is calm across the vast Atlantic basin and tropical storm formation is not expected this week.

AT THE BEACH: Showers and storms have been numerous today, with even a few waterspout reports. But, the weather improves over the next of the week, with about 7 to 9 hours of sunshine tomorrow through the weekend with a few scattered showers and storms around. Highs will be in the 80s, and sea water temperatures are generally in the 79-83 degree range along the coast from Panama City over to Gulf Shores.

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