One more day of summer and then another pattern shift is in store for Alabama on Wednesday and will last through the end of the week.
The high pressure ridge that has been over head will begin to slide east today. This will allow a trough to deepen over portions of the central U.S.
This trough will slowly slide east over the rest of the week and will help push a cold front into at least the northern half of the state… and possibly even into the southern sections of the area.
Look for skies to become partly cloudy with scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms possible across the north and east.
Afternoon high temperatures will range from the upper 80’s to the middle 90’s.
So another not too bad of a day is expected before conditions deteriorate on early Wednesday as better shower and thunderstorm chances return ahead of and along an approaching frontal boundary.