We have seen very little in the way of scattered thunderstorms over Alabama this afternoon.
It appears the upper level low from the weekend has moved far enough away from Alabama to produce scattered thunderstorms.
Model output over the upcoming week shows the primary storm track staying well to the north of the state.
In addition, an upper level ridge will establish itself across the southeast states.
This will keep rain chances low over the next 5 days. We expect the majority of folks to stay dry, with only isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms during the heat of the day.
The upper ridge will also help afternoon temperatures to climb back into the 90’s.
Hot, humid and mostly dry conditions are expected to continue into the weekend.