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Warm, Humid Weekend Ahead With Scattered Showers/Storms

Warm, Humid Weekend Ahead With Scattered Showers/Storms

| June 4, 2021 @ 3:12 pm

RADAR CHECK: As expected, showers are relatively scarce over the northern half of Alabama this afternoon… most of the showers and storms are over the southern counties, mainly south of U.S. 80 (Demopolis to Montgomery to Opelika). Away from showers, temperatures are in the 80s with a mix of sun and clouds over North/Central Alabama. The rain over the southern counties will diminish tonight after sunset.

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Warm, Humid Weather Continues; A Few Showers This Afternoon

Warm, Humid Weather Continues; A Few Showers This Afternoon

| June 4, 2021 @ 5:47 am

MUGGY JUNE DAYS: Warm, humid weather will continue across Alabama through the weekend. Like most June days, we will have the risk of a few random, “pop up” afternoon showers or storms today and tomorrow, but they should be pretty widely spaced. Odds of any one spot getting wet through tomorrow are in the 20-25 percent range… otherwise look for partly sunny days with highs between 85 and 89 degrees.

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Severe Storms Possible Over North Alabama Tomorrow

Severe Storms Possible Over North Alabama Tomorrow

| August 27, 2020 @ 5:54 am

QUIET MORNING: While Hurricane Laura is moving northward well to the west of Alabama, our weather is quiet this morning. A decent part of the day will be dry with a partly sunny sky, but we do expect a few scattered showers and thunderstorms by mid to late afternoon into tonight. But the direct wind and rain associated with Laura will remain well to the west of Alabama. Today will be hot and humid with a high between 89 and 93 degrees for most communities.

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Laura Makes Landfall Tonight; Rain Increasing Over Alabama Friday

Laura Makes Landfall Tonight; Rain Increasing Over Alabama Friday

| August 26, 2020 @ 3:00 pm

QUIET AFTERNOON: As expected, showers are very isolated across Alabama today. The sky is partly sunny, and temperatures are mostly in the upper 80s and low 90s. We do note a big flooding event unfolded this morning over Northwest Alabama; parts of Franklin County had over 6 inches of rain, and a flash flood emergency was issued by NWS Huntsville for a while. That large rain mass diminished and drifted into Tennessee later in the morning.

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Hot, Humid Summer Weather Continues

Hot, Humid Summer Weather Continues

| July 16, 2020 @ 5:36 am

STILL HOT, STILL HUMID: Alabama’s weather will be pretty much what you expect in mid to late July; we are forecast hot, humid days through the weekend with just a handful of isolated showers and thunderstorms around during the afternoon and evening hours. There is a surface front north of the state today that might bring strong storms to parts of Tennessee, but that front has no chance of moving into Alabama thanks to a strong upper ridge overhead.

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Highs Hold In The 90s Through The Weekend

Highs Hold In The 90s Through The Weekend

| July 15, 2020 @ 5:37 am

JULY IN ALABAMA: It is the time of the year when the weather doesn’t change much. Say “hot and humid with a few isolated afternoon storms” and you will be right on the money. That is our situation for at least the next seven days as an upper high holds over the Deep South keeping the main westerly winds aloft (the jet stream) well to the north.

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Mostly Dry Tomorrow; A Few Strong Storms Possible Sunday

Mostly Dry Tomorrow; A Few Strong Storms Possible Sunday

| July 10, 2020 @ 3:24 pm

QUIET AFTERNOON: As expected, there is very little on radar across Alabama this afternoon. The sky is partly to mostly sunny, and temperatures are mostly in the low 90s, right at seasonal averages for mid-July. There are a handful of showers over the southern half of the state, and they will dissipate once the sun goes down.

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Rising Heat Levels; Strong Storms Sunday

Rising Heat Levels; Strong Storms Sunday

| July 10, 2020 @ 5:51 am

HOT, HUMID SUMMER WEATHER: Look for a high in the low 90s today, and mid 90s tomorrow as heat levels continue to rise across Alabama. The sky will be partly sunny both days, and while showers and thunderstorms are possible, they will be few and far between. Then, on Sunday, a surface boundary will slice into the hot, humid, unstable air, and will set the stage for strong, possibly severe thunderstorms.

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Showers/Storms Becoming A Bit More Scattered Tomorrow/Friday

Showers/Storms Becoming A Bit More Scattered Tomorrow/Friday

| July 8, 2020 @ 3:16 pm

RADAR CHECK: In the tropical air over Alabama we have a number of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon, some producing heavy amounts of rain. Showers over the Tennessee Valley of North Alabama are moving very little, while the rain bands over the central counties are moving eastward. They will persist into the night.

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