(WAFF) - We're starting this morning with mostly cloudy skies. Although fog has not been too widespread so far, there could be a few foggy spots this morning. Temperatures are running about 5-10° cooler than they were yesterday morning. Most are in the mid-50s to near 60.
As we head through the morning, some breaks should develop in the cloud cover allowing for more of a warm-up than yesterday. Highs should be into the lower 80s this afternoon with a north wind at 5-10 mph.
An isolated shower may develop, but many will remain dry through the day. Clouds will increase and thicken overnight as steady, heavy rain moves towards the Valley. Lows should stay in the low/mid-60s.
Widespread rain heads into the Valley Friday morning, and steady showers can be expected through the day. T-storms are also possible. While some could be strong with gusty winds and locally heavy rain, the threat for organized severe weather will be low.
The heaviest rain should fall from the late morning through the afternoon. Rain and storms should begin to taper off from west to east over the course of Friday evening. Most of the rain ends overnight with just a lingering shower Saturday morning. Clouds will clear during the day.