(WAFF) - Skies are mostly cloudy for your Thursday morning with patchy fog and occasional light to moderate rain showers. You may hear a few rumbles of thunder, but any storms wouldn't be as strong as the ones yesterday afternoon. The showers will gradually taper off from west to east this afternoon as a cold front stalls across the Valley.
Thursday will be a cooler day with cloudy skies and highs in the lower 80s. Most will stay dry tonight and some clearing is possible for Friday morning. Any areas seeing clear skies for time will likely have fog for the morning drive on Friday. Temperatures should bottom out in the upper 60s.
The stalled front washes out overhead Friday, but a stronger cold front will approach from the northwest during the day. Much of Friday morning through the mid-afternoon will be dry. Breaks in the cloud deck will allow for some sunshine, and highs will make it into the mid-80s. Clouds fill back in late Friday afternoon or Friday evening as the stronger front move into the Valley. Scattered showers and few storms are possible Friday evening.
An isolated shower may linger into Saturday morning as lows fall into the low 60s. Skies should begin clearing for Saturday afternoon, and it will be noticeably cooler throughout the weekend. Highs stay in the mid-70s Saturday with lows that night dipping to near 50.