June 15, 2012 Leave a comment
A few showers have developed across the east, Coosa County down to Lee County this afternoon. Looking at radar and satellite it is difficult to tell exactly what the forcing mechanism is for sure but it would most likely be some type of old outflow boundary from convection across northern Georgia earlier this morning. For the rest of today still could see additional development pretty much anywhere across the area thru the remainder of the afternoon but coverage should remain limited.
A fairly benign weather pattern will be in store for Central Alabama over the next 7 days as a ridge of high pressure at the surface parks itself over the Atlantic coast states for the foreseeable future. This will keep surface winds out of the east and southeast thru the period. Although a few isolated showers/storms may become possible, conditions will remain dry overall.