FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Scattered storms for Tuesday - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Scattered storms for Tuesday

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We’re starting this morning warm and muggy once again with temperatures a couple degrees warmer than yesterday in most spots. Readings are generally in the low/mid-70s. We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds this morning. Thicker clouds should develop with time as we head into the afternoon. 

Scattered storms should get going as we heat up this afternoon. That activity should be more widespread than it was yesterday so you’ve got a better chance of seeing rain today. That being said, some will remain dry all day long. Look for highs to push into the lower 90s with a heat index in the upper 90s before the storms fire up. 

Most storms will fade away during the evening hours, but a few could hold on past sunset. We’ll see partly cloudy skies tonight with the muggy conditions continuing. Lows will bottom out in the lower 70s once again.

Scattered showers and storms are possible throughout Wednesday, but as the name suggests, that activity will still be hit-or-miss. We should see more cloud cover during the day with highs around 90. Storm coverage should diminish by the evening hours. We’ll see partly cloudy skies for Thursday with a lower chance for storms. 

That should allow for more sunshine and a hotter afternoon with highs into the mid-90s. Isolated storms could develop for Thursday afternoon, and for Friday as well. A cold front should push through the Valley on Friday. 

It should knock highs back into the 80s over the weekend, and will also bring a drop in humidity. You’ll notice the biggest difference overnight when temperatures slip into the low/the mid 60s for a few nights. We should get progressively warmer as we start next week.

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