Montgomery, WSFA – The beautiful weather this past weekend will continue for another day. After a cool start in the 40’s, a mix of sun and clouds will send afternoon highs into the mid 70’s.
Tomorrow will also start quietly. The sky will be mostly cloudy, but by noon it will be dry. It will be a breeze to windy day with winds of 10-20 mph and guests above 25-35 mph.
After lunchtime we could see some storms popping up in western Alabama. No rain or storms will remain confined to locations west of I-65 until approximately 5: XNUMX. After that, there will be an increase in rain and storm coverage from west to east in the evening and overnight hours.
The line of showers and storms will have the potential to produce harmful winds, extremely heavy rain, hail and some tornadoes. The highest threat to see strong and severe storms will be west of the I-65 corridor. After all, all over the WSFA 12 news viewing area will need to be weather alert from late Tuesday until sunrise Wednesday.
Once the main storm system clears the area early Wednesday, we will begin to dry out. Sky will be partly cloudy with afternoon high warming in the lower 70s on Wednesday.
The rest of the week and next week look drier and cooler than normal. Highs will mainly be in the 60s Thursday through Sunday with a good portion of sunlight every afternoon. For perspective, the average high in late March is 73-74 degrees.
Overnight lows will be down in the lower 40s most nights during this stretch. There will be a good helping of 30s both Saturday night and Sunday night. Scattered frost is not in the forecast, but some patchy frost in rural and low-lying areas will certainly be possible.
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