July 6, 2015 Leave a comment
Things remained mostly dry here in Tuscaloosa and most of central Alabama for the start of this work week. A few storms did pop up south of Selma. Despite all the dry weather, we did see a high amount of cloud coverage which helped keep temperatures a little more tolerable if you were outdoors. Tonight clouds will start to break over night, into the morning hours. Tomorrow looks to be a little sunnier, with an equal chance of pop-up showers and thunderstorms as we experienced today.
Mid-week becomes dry and clear and stays that way for the remainder of the week. With the dry and clear weather, temperatures begin to climb, meaning things will start to feel more like summer time again. Conditions throughout the week will start to become more muggy, including the overnight hours, thanks to the daytime heating.
The coming weekend looks ideal for any outdoor activities you have planned since conditions will be dry and warm. Temperatures will remain in the mid 90’s during the day and night time temperatures will cool to the mid 70’s. Night time conditions will still remain very muggy, however, so do expect things to feel sticky if you have night time plans.
Next work week looks to continue the dry, warm trend. Summer has shown back up since this past weekend, and it looks like it plans to stick around.
The tropics currently remain calm.
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