The frontal passage Friday evening left behind mostly clear skies with drier air filtering into Alabama.
A upper level high pressure ridge will build into the southeast today. The ridge will strengthen over the next few days providing a more summer like feel across the state.
We are expecting a dry weekend and with southerly flow returning on Sunday, we will get back into the 90’s for afternoon highs.
The only areas that may see a chance of afternoon showers today will be the southern third of the state. Even there, they will be widely scattered and won’t last long.
Mostly dry and hot weather will be the rule next week, as our summer time pattern takes over.