Another warm and humid day outside, and that will be the case for Wednesday and Thursday as highs remain in the mid to upper 80s and our dew points remain in the 60s, making it feel more like early summer as opposed to Spring. We will remain dry for the most part as well as we have a lid over us keeping any daytime storms from firing.
Friday brings in our next cold front. Models continue to show great agreement with all of them showing the cold front arriving between midnight and 7am on Friday. Models are also indicating a squall line will be working through which makes our main threats damaging winds and hail. However, if the line does have breaks, we could produce a tornado or two, but that looks to be very minimal.
The front will be a fast mover and should clear our West Alabama counties by mid morning and skies will begin to clear and temperatures will attempt to rebound. High pressure builds in for the weekend with sunny skies and temperatures at or below normal through Tuesday.
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