A few storms possible tonight

Clay Curtis
May 10, 2018

Temperatures across central and south Alabama warmed quickly Wednesday morning. Upper level high pressure will remain centered over the southwestern half of the country and will keep the disturbance that flow across the US well to the north of the Arklatex.

Plenty of sun warms the region well into the 70s.

Outside of a stray chance on Friday, most of the weekend looks fairly dry and hot. The morning is quiet and mainly clear, with just a few areas of haze possible.

Sunshine early Wednesday with increasing clouds through the afternoon. Highs for many days this week should be in the mid to upper 80s, which is easily 10-12 degrees above average. The clouds increase through the evening and the overnight period.

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Wednesday night is partly cloudy with lows in the 50s.

Our weather may turn a little more unsettled for Thursday.

Saturday will be sunny with highs reaching 91.

It will feel quite cool during any showers compared to the high 20s C peaks of the holiday period, with gusty winds blowing outbreaks of rain steadily eastwards. A chance of thunderstorms. Some strong wind gusts are a small possibility with any thunderstorms that form. Expect a mixture of sunshine and clouds. Don't be afraid to go inside and cool off for a few minutes during the day and keep in mind to stay hydrated. Highs will only be in the low 60s. Daily chances for showers and storms will exist each day with warm temperatures. Saturday brings partly sunny skies. Lows will be in the low-mid 60s. A few showers are possible during the day with scattered thunderstorms during the evening. The week ahead looks pretty good too, even though we'll have to endure some extra clouds and cooler temperatures along the coast.

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