Temperatures topped out in the low and mid 90’s across Alabama on Saturday. It should be a few degrees warmer today along with higher humidity.
The combination of heat and humidity will be felt state wide today.
The dewpoints are averaging 4-6 degrees higher than 24 hours ago, with mid 70’s dewpoints prevalent across Mississippi and southwest Alabama.
The combination of heat and humidity will push heat indices to 100 degrees for most areas and 105 across the west and south central counties.
A warm southwest flow will continue tonight with lows in the mid 70’s area-wide.
A cold front will enter northwest Alabama around Midnight tonight and be near a Tuscaloosa to Birmingham line by sunrise Monday.
There could be some scattered showers and thunderstorms associated with the front this evening into the overnight hours. We don’t expect a lot of storms, but a few scattered storms will occur over the area.
Cooler and drier air will move into Alabama and temperatures are expected to below normal through mid-week across Alabama.