Not a whole lot of change today in the weather pattern than what we seen on Friday. A warm, moist and unstable airmass blankets the southeast.
We have a frontal boundary draped from southern Tennessee, into northeast Alabama and central Georgia. A northwest flow continues to bring in chances areas of storms.
Upper level disturbances moving along the front provide the trigger for developing showers and thunderstorms across the state.
The most likely time for seeing the storms will be in the afternoon and evening aided by the daytime heating.
The storms will be capable of locally heavy downpours, frequent cloud to ground lightning strikes and strong and gusty winds.
Some of the storms may become locally severe with damaging straight line winds.
Temperatures will be held back due to the storms and clouds to around 90 in most locations.