Following an unseasonably warm afternoon, temperatures will only cool into the lower 50s by morning with partly cloudy skies. Winds will start to pick up by early morning and cloud cover will begin to increase, winds gusting over 30 mph will be likely throughout the day. We continue to track a line of rain showers and potentially stronger thunderstorms that will move into NW Alabama by 8-10 AM Monday morning. This line will move eastward through the day and could bring some isolated stronger thunderstorms with heavy rainfall, gusty winds and even a brief spin-up tornado. We will continue to monitor the severe threat throughout the day. Rain and storms will exit NE Alabama by late Monday night and temps will fall into the upper 30s for lows.
The rest of the week looks to be quiet and seasonal with highs in the 50s and dry skies. Rain chances increase as we head into next weekend.
Meteorologist Eric Burke
WAFF 48 First Alert Weather