A weak cold front will move into north Alabama today…however for this time of year…it will only provide a few degrees relief from the heat and reduce the humidity levels.
The front will be a focus for shower and thunderstorm development today. The best chances look to line up along the I-20 corridor and points south.
Today will be another hot day, with little relief from the heat and humidity. Look for temperatures reaching into the 90’s again, with scattered thunderstorms developing especially in central and southern sections of the state this afternoon.
We will see some differences tomorrow across the northern two-thirds of the state. Temperatures will be a few degrees lower along with the humidity backing off a bit.
With the drier air moving into the region behind the front, we don’t expect to see scattered thunderstorms developing in the afternoons.
The southern parts of the state may get stuck with the heat and humidity, as the front may stall out near the or along the I-85 corridor. If this happens, the heat and humidity along with daily scattered storms may continue for those folks.
The rest of Alabama looks dry through the upcoming weekend.