Afternoon Forecast Discussion Update For Tuesday

We are finally seeing a welcomed change in the weather pattern. Even though it has felt quite hot and muggy out there today, you can say so long to those triple digits. Right now we’re monitoring another wave of thunderstorms near Demopolis and this activity is lifting northward towards Tuscaloosa. Yesterday we had scattered thunderstorms dropping in from the northeast and today the thunderstorm movement has changed as the rain is moving in from the south. Look for the thunderstorms to linger into tonight and slowly dissipate, with fog materializing. Lows will be in the 70s.

Copious amounts of moisture, in conjunction with cooler air aloft, will allow thunderstorms to develop with the heating of the day tomorrow. We will sure take all of the rain we can get and tomorrow the chances for rain look good. Some of the storms may grow strong with dangerous lighting, large hail, and gusty winds. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday will be similar days as another front drops in and enhances the afternoon rain development. Highs will be near 90-degrees, with lows in the 70s. Be sure to join us tonight for more details!

Chief Meteorologist Wes Wyatt
WVUA-TV Weather

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