Storms Develop for Memorial Day. Sunday Forecast Update, 7:20pm. #wxal @wvua23

7 Day -SHELTON STATE Forecast - Offset Lows - PMGood Sunday evening! Showers and storms wrapped up early this morning for central Alabama. Conditions quickly turned sunny for a short amount of time before clouds redeveloped over the area. This kept temperatures from warming too extensively. Despite that, it still felt warm today with muggy conditions. We still have the chance for a few isolated showers and storms this evening, but the chances are very low: instead, the next chance for rain will start early tomorrow morning for Memorial Day when a batch of showers and storms make it into the state, if they have the steam to make it. In the afternoon, a stalled front over Alabama provides lift to take the humid air at the surface to start producing showers and storms periodically throughout the day.

The remainder of the work week will see numerous chances for showers and storms with the stalled front still providing some lift to get them fired off in the afternoons. Mornings and nights should remain dry. Temperatures will gradually be warming through the week until a low pressure system slowly starts to lift northeastward.

Next weekend the slow traversing system will be providing more rain, along with slightly cooler weather, depending on how much cloud cover develops. If more sunlight makes it through, we will adjust those numbers to something a little warmer. Rain chances still remain low since it currently seems like the fronts that will be moving through won’t provide too much forcing to produce large bands of storms.

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Reggie Roakes

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