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Showers/Storms More Numerous Tomorrow; Heat Levels Down

Showers/Storms More Numerous Tomorrow; Heat Levels Down

| July 29, 2022 @ 3:06 pm

RADAR CHECK: Scattered showers and storms are in progress across Alabama this afternoon… the most numerous ones at mid-afternoon are over the southern half of the state. Additional thunderstorms are expected to form over North Alabama over the next few hours ahead of a weak surface front over Tennessee, and those could be strong.

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Showers/Storms Increasing In Number This Weekend

Showers/Storms Increasing In Number This Weekend

| July 28, 2022 @ 2:56 pm

RADAR CHECK: Most of the showers and thunderstorms today are over the far southern part of the state, in association with the sea breeze front. Showers elsewhere are few and far between. The sky is partly sunny with temperatures in the low to mid 90s. Showers will end after sunset, and tonight will be mostly fair with a low in the 70s.

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Scattered Showers/Storms More Numerous By The Weekend

Scattered Showers/Storms More Numerous By The Weekend

| July 28, 2022 @ 5:33 am

ANOTHER HOT, HUMID SUMMER DAY AHEAD: With a good supply of sunshine today, we project a high in the 91-95 degree range for most places this afternoon. A few showers or storms could form during the heat of the day, but they should be widely separated.

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Hot, Humid Summer Afternoon With A Few Showers

Hot, Humid Summer Afternoon With A Few Showers

| July 27, 2022 @ 2:45 pm

RADAR CHECK: Scattered showers are in progress at mid-afternoon across parts of North Alabama, mostly between Birmingham and Huntsville. Scattered showers are also over parts of Baldwin County, mainly south of I-10. But, most of the state is hot and dry with temperatures in the low to mid 90s. Scattered showers will end after sunset, and the sky will be mostly fair tonight.

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More Hot, Muggy Summer Weather Ahead

More Hot, Muggy Summer Weather Ahead

| July 27, 2022 @ 5:45 am

ISOLATED SHOWERS LATER TODAY: Hot, humid summer weather continues across Alabama today and tomorrow with partly sunny days, fair nights, and few “pop up” afternoon and evening showers and storms. Odds of any one spot seeing rain both days are 15-25 percent, and highs will be in the 90-95 degree range, which is what you expect in late July.

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Hot/Humid Summer Weather; A Few Showers

Hot/Humid Summer Weather; A Few Showers

| July 26, 2022 @ 3:03 pm

RADAR CHECK: Showers are more isolated across Alabama this afternoon; the ones that have formed are moving to the east/northeast. But most locations are dry with a partly sunny sky… temperatures are in the low 90s in most spots. Isolated showers will end this evening, and the sky will be mostly fair tonight.

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Sun, Heat, Humidity, Scattered Storms

Sun, Heat, Humidity, Scattered Storms

| July 25, 2022 @ 2:51 pm

CLASSIC SUMMER DAY: This is just what we expect in Alabama in late July. A hot, humid afternoon with random, slow moving, scattered showers and storms across the state. Temperatures are generally in the 89-94 degree range, but where rain is falling we are seeing upper 70s. Scattered storms end after sunset, and the sky becomes mostly fair late tonight.

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Trending Drier Through The Weekend

Trending Drier Through The Weekend

| July 22, 2022 @ 5:42 am

RADAR CHECK: We have some lingering light rain early this morning across parts of West, Central, and Southwest Alabama… rotating around an MCV (mesoscale convective vortex) southwest of Birmingham. This is all that is left of the big thunderstorm complex that brought damaging winds, flooding, hail, and thousands of lightning strokes to the state yesterday and last night. This rain will end over the next few hours, and by afternoon most of the scattered showers and storms will be found over the southern quarter of the state.

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Strong/Severe Storms Possible Through Tonight

Strong/Severe Storms Possible Through Tonight

| July 21, 2022 @ 2:24 pm

RADAR CHECK: Strong storms are on the Alabama/Georgia state line at mid-afternoon… a severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for parts of Chambers County as I write this update. And, new showers and storms are forming near the Tennessee River. We expect a marked increase in the number of thunderstorms over the next few hours, and where storms do form that could be severe in spots with potential for strong winds, heavy rain, and lots of lightning.

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