Showers and storms have developed mostly south of I-20 today and are already starting to die off in intensity as their cold outflow runs out ahead of these storms. We still may see a few more develop through the rest of the afternoon and evening, but most of the activity will start to dissipate with all rain exiting after sunset.
Tomorrow will see less in the way of storms, with the best chance shifting from south of I-20 to our West Alabama counties, where the chances will remain the best, although slim, through Thursday. Thursday will see a few more showers and storms as our upper level high pressure slides more to the west, causing a weakness that may allow more storms to form. Friday looks to be fairly dry before an upper level low and cold front arrive Saturday through Monday, bringing with them a good shot at rain for all of us.
Temperatures will hover a few degrees either side of 90 through the week with lower temperatures with locations that see rain and higher temperatures in locations that do not. Humidity will stay fairly high with dewpoints around 70 and overnight lows also a few degrees either side of 70.
Remember, if you want to track the rain, you can do it down to your very own street with our Southern Pine Electric Power Interactive Radar from the weather page.
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