Saturday’s Weather Update – 11:35 AM

A good Saturday to you! We’ve started off the day with mostly sunny skies. As temperatures warm into the upper 80s, we’ll see a few showers and storms develop. While showers and storms will be isolated today, we’ll see a much better coverage of rain tomorrow. A cold front will be moving in late tomorrow night, which will bring a good coverage of showers and storms; some storms could be rather strong. Temperatures tomorrow will top out near 82 degrees.

A cooler airmass will move into the state on Monday and Tuesday, with highs in the lower 80s. Temperatures will approach the upper 50s both Tuesday and Wednesday morning. With lower humidity back in the area, conditions will feel a lot like fall. While our skies will remain sunny, temperatures will remain below average through Thursday.

Moisture levels will increase slightly on Friday and Saturday, with temperatures climbing into the upper 80s. A few showers and storms are in the forecast, but rainfall chances look very low at this time. Saturday will be the first weekend for Alabama football in Atlanta. Their forecast looks about the same as ours. If you are taking a trip to the game, keep the rain gear handy. We’ll fine-tune that forecast as we get closer to next weekend.

As for the tropics, Danny has weakened into a Tropical Depression. Winds are not very high with this system, but rainfall is widespread in the northeast. Flooding rains will be possible all day for much of New England.

Be sure to join me tonight at 10 PM on WVUA-TV for more weather information.

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Have a great day!

Richard Scott

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