Cool nights, warm afternoons continue

Chilly tonight and tomorrow night, but the days are warmer...
Cool mornings, warm afternoons continue - rain could impact your weekend plans, though!
Published: May. 2, 2023 at 5:18 AM CDT|Updated: May. 2, 2023 at 10:31 PM CDT
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Another occasionally windy and warm day is ahead for Wednesday; sunshine will help warm us from the 40s into the 70s as the day progresses. The wind relaxes even more by Thursday with the sunshine and below normal temperatures continuing. Highs will be in the middle 70s tomorrow and the upper 70s come Thursday.

The mornings through Thursday will be on the chilly side. Under mostly clear skies each night temperatures will bottom out in the middle and upper 40s. As we’re seeing this morning, there could even be some lower 40s in the typically colder locations! This truly looks like the last time we see 40s until later this fall, so be sure to enjoy it while we’ve got it!

Temps are back in the 80s starting Friday as a warmer and more humid regime engulfs the Deep South. That increase in humidity will subsequently result in increasing rain chances...

Warming up and seeing the return of scattered showers + thunderstorms by the weekend into early...
Warming up and seeing the return of scattered showers + thunderstorms by the weekend into early next week...(WSFA 12 News)

Friday should be dry, then chances for randomly isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms enter the forecast starting Saturday. The upcoming weekend will certainly not be a washout despite the uptick in rain chances. At most we’re talking hit or miss rain and storms with coverage around 30-40%.

The warm temps, noticeable humidity and chances for rain stick with us as we head into the second week of May. No severe weather or flooding are in the forecast as we see it right now.

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