Scattered Storms Coming To An End This Evening… Mostly Dry For The Rest Of The Week… – Tuesday Update 5:20pm
September 4, 2012 Leave a comment
Good Tuesday afternoon! As of 5pm, scattered storms are decreasing in coverage across our area. The big storms over southwest Alabama will continue to move south and weaken over the next hour or so. A few tiny storms are still ongoing across the Tuscaloosa area, but storms will gradually come to an end across our entire area tonight. While I can’t rule out a storm or two after sunset, the best rain chances will continue to move south of our area. Conditions could become foggy late tonight, so use caution if traveling late tonight or early tomorrow morning.
As the remnants of Isaac continues to move southeast of our area, the risk of rain will continue to drop. A stray storm or two is possible on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, but the risk of rain is low. We’ll enjoy a little more sun for the rest of the workweek. Skies will remain partly cloudy on Wednesday through Friday, with afternoon highs warming into the lower 90s. The chance of rain is at 20% on Wednesday through Friday; the best chance of rain will occur after lunch, and any showers that develop won’t last long.
A cold front will approach the Alabama on Saturday. As the front moves into the area, look for a better chance of rain during the day on Saturday. If you’re going to the Alabama football game on Saturday in Tuscaloosa, keep the rain gear handy. We will fine-tune the forecast as we get closer to the weekend. Forecasting changes are possible, so it will be a good idea to keep up with the latest forecast.
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