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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Another warm morning with temperatures in the upper 60s

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Patchy fog is possible Friday morning, especially across the valleys of northeastern AL. 

It’s another warm morning with temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70.  We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds Friday. Isolated showers are possible Friday morning with scattered storms developing this afternoon. The storms will be hit-or-miss in nature, and we should see fewer of them compared to Thursday. 

Highs Friday afternoon should top out near 90° with southerly winds around 5 mph. Most storms will fade away as the sun sets and many will stay dry overnight. Lows should bottom out around 70° once again.

Look for mostly cloudy skies Saturday with highs staying in the mid 80s. Isolated showers are possible in the morning with scattered afternoon storms expected. The rain should become more widespread late Saturday with the heaviest falling overnight into Sunday morning. 

The rain should taper off from west to east over the course of Sunday afternoon. With mostly cloudy skies, Sunday should be the coolest day of the next seven with highs in the lower 80s. The humidity will drop to begin the next work week leading to lows in the lower 60s for a few nights. 

Temperatures will get progressively warmer through the week.  By Thursday, highs should be back into the 90s with lows in the mid/upper 60s.  We should be dry for much of next week with mostly sunny skies.

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