FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Possible scattered isolated showers for Monday

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Possible scattered isolated showers for Monday

(WAFF) - Skies are partly to mostly cloudy this morning, and there could be a few foggy spots that slow you down. So far thick fog has not been too widespread, but in some spots, the visibility is less than a mile. Any fog should go, and we'll see a fair amount of cloud cover into the afternoon.

We should be into the mid-80s by lunchtime with highs up to around 90°. Most will stay dry this morning, but isolated showers could develop from time to time.  There's a better chance for scattered storms as we head into the afternoon.

Some storms could be strong with frequent lightning, locally heavy rain, and gusty winds. Most storms should wind down this evening with just a few isolated showers overnight. Lows should dip into the lower 70s. Patchy fog is possible, especially for areas seeing heavy rain this afternoon.

Tuesday should be a similar weather day in that we'll see more clouds than the sun and scattered storms can be expected. Temperatures may be slightly warmer with highs into the lower 90s. Scattered storms should develop by the late morning and should fade away during the evening hours.

A few clouds will hang on overnight with lows in the low-to-mid 70s. We'll be looking at more sunshine with a lower storm chance through the middle of the week. Mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid-90s can be expected for Wed/Thu.

Once again, our weather looks to be turning more unsettled as we head into the weekend. Scattered storms are back in the forecast. The stormy weather may limit highs Saturday to the lower 90s, but we should be getting hotter as we start the next week.