Tracking a rise in Temperatures & Rain chances
Some heat, some humidity, some scattered rain...
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Expect a partly cloudy night with a muggy feel to the air and temperatures dropping into the mid and upper 60s. Clouds should increase on Thursday, and these clouds will drop a few showers and/or thunderstorms in a couple of spots. Most of us will stay dry, but that chance is there, especially for those along and west of I-65.
There will be a few isolated showers or storms roaming around the state at times Thursday - these will be in the afternoon and early evening for the most part, and the best chance of getting wet exists in our western counties.
The humidity will come down a touch for Friday and the upcoming week. It will still be noticeable, but not as high as it is currently. That will lead to entirely dry conditions with highs around 90 degrees.
We finally have better -- although not great -- rain chances heading into next week. Both Monday and Tuesday will bring with them a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms as a cold front approaches the area.
Overnight lows will continue staying in the middle and upper 60s.
The tropics remain active, but no threats to the United States are on the table right now. Major Hurricane Sam will stay well east of the U.S. while Tropical Storm Victor is way out in the eastern Atlantic.
It is important to remember that October and November are still ahead of us, and both months have produced memorable storms in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. We are getting closer, but we are definitely not done with hurricane season yet.
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