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LOOK AHEAD: Cloudy start to Thursday with chance of isolated rain showers

Thursday morning will start with mostly cloudy skies and isolated rain showers south of the Tennessee River, with the steadier rain remaining towards central Alabama. Temperatures should push into the mid-80s by lunchtime Thursday with highs around 90. 

An isolated shower is still possible this afternoon, but there will be plenty of areas that stay rain free all day. Partly cloudy skies continue tonight as chances of isolated showers fade away after sunset. Temperatures will cool off slowly, dropping into the low-70s overnight.

We should see more of the sun on Friday compared to Thursday with afternoon highs topping out in the mid-90s for some. Once again, isolated storms are possible in the afternoon, but most won’t have to deal with them. 

A cold front will push into the Valley from the east late Saturday and due to the timing of that front, it’s likely most areas will stay dry for a good part of the day. Clouds will increase throughout the day, and by the late afternoon, scattered showers and storms will develop. Highs should still make it into the lower 90s. 

Sunday will still be unsettled with scattered showers as the front lingers across the area, with a stray shower possible for Labor Day with partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 80s. 

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