(WAFF) - A quiet night ahead with increasing clouds. The winds will shift to the east southeast and more humidity will move in from Georgia overnight and through the early morning hours on Wednesday.
A few showers will be possible early Wednesday morning. By the afternoon an approaching cold front will help lift showers and thunderstorms along and east of I-65. Some of the storms could be strong with lightning, heavy rain, gusty winds up to 55 mph and small hail.
The threat for these stronger storms will come to and end from west to east. Most of the activity will exit Alabama and middle Tennessee by 6 p.m.
Cooler air with less humidity will arrive overnight into Thursday morning.
The forecast will be dry and unseasonably cool for Thursday, Friday and most of Saturday. Afternoon highs will be in the middle to upper 70s Thursday and Friday before warming into the lower 80s Saturday. Morning lows will drop into the 50s.
A few isolated storms will be possible Father’s Day with highs near 90.