Warm Start to Work Week. Sunday Forecast Update, 6:30pm. #wxal @wvua23

7 Day -SHELTON STATE Forecast - Offset Lows - PM.pngGood Sunday evening! We remained dry across central Alabama with mild temperatures. Tonight, we will see scattered clouds develop, along with patchy fog developing after midnight. That fog will last into the early morning hours, before it starts to break down. Tomorrow, clouds from the night will move out and we will see mostly sunny skies. The ample sunshine will make for another warm day. Those north of the I-20 line could catch a stray shower in the afternoon, but most will remain dry.

Tuesday, we see an increase in the spread of stray showers. Rain will continue to remain confined to the northern half of central Alabama. It won’t be until Wednesday when a front moves through that we see a significant chance for rain across all of central Alabama. Stray showers and storms will last through most of the day, then mostly die down during the night, besides some lingering showers. The front will take its time moving through, so Thursday those mainly south of the I-20 line will catch rain.

Friday we dry out and remain more seasonable as we move into the weekend. Saturday will keep the dry weather as we prepare for a new front to move through Alabama. It looks like the flow pattern before the arrival of the front at the start of the following work week may bring some isolated showers on Sunday, so I’m keeping rain-chances low until we get closer and get a better idea.

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