This morning a stalled cold front stretches from Nashville to Birmingham, then southwestward to the Louisiana Gulf Coast.
East of this boundary, the surface dew points are in the low to mid 70’s…but only in the mid 60’s to the west of the front.
Overall today will be cloudy, but the best chance for scattered showers will be east of I-65.
With the frontal boundary currently stalling out over the area, rain and storms will try to move from the southwest towards the northeast.
This afternoon could see a few isolated thunderstorm development as an area of low pressure slowly moves northeast across the boundary.
Afternoon high temperatures will be just shy of seasonable in the mid to upper 80’s.
Drier air will move into the state on Monday, and we expect to see fewer showers and storms…along with warmer temperatures.