(WAFF) - Friday morning will start off with areas of dense fog, which should lift by 9 a.m., but mainly clear skies otherwise with a fair amount of sunshine through the morning hours. Clouds will increase as the day wears on and temperatures should warm through the 70s this morning, topping out in the mid-80s for a high.
Isolated storms could pop up this early this afternoon, with a line of storms heading into the Valley by 4 p.m. in northwestern Alabama. Those storms would shift east with time this evening. A few of the storms will be strong with gusty winds and frequent lightning, causing some high school football games to be delayed.
The storm threat winds down by the evening and skies will stay mostly cloudy tonight. An isolated shower is possible through Saturday morning, but skies should be clearing for Saturday afternoon. Temperatures will begin in the low 60s with highs topping out in the mid-70s. Skies should be clear by Saturday night, and lows will fall to around 50.