We wrap up the weekend with more heat. Today will be another hot day with highs in the lower 90s. Plenty of sunshine will accompany the heat. Humidity will be lowering through the afternoon and evening. Drier air will be settled in by tomorrow.
A few showers are leftover from the overnight hours but should fade after sunrise. Today will feature a mix of sun and clouds and high humidity. There will be a few isolated showers and thunderstorms to spark this afternoon with daytime heating, but most stay dry and hot. Highs peak into the low 90s
Another hot day is on tap this Tuesday. Humidity will be rising, so the hot and humid conditions will make it feel worse than the actual air temperature. Highs will rise into the upper 90s, and heat index values, or "feels-like" temperatures, will be 100+ degrees.
The day starts mild and quiet. Patchy fog is possible around bodies of water. The nice and comfortable beginning of the day will be outperformed by the hot afternoon high. Peak temperatures will reach near 100 degrees. If you are wanting to get outside and avoid the 90
Temperatures are very nice to start the day. This morning's numbers are in the upper 50s to low 60s. Drier air has settled in, so this morning will feel even better. All is quiet across the Valley, but patchy fog could cause visibility issues and slow you down this morning. The nice temperatures a
It is a quiet start to the day. There are a few clouds that will linger this morning, but the day will be mostly sunny. A front will bring dry air back into the area. Dew points will greatly drop by this afternoon. Highs will be in the mid-90s. The heat will continue for the rest of the weekend
Labor Day Weekend continues to be in good shape. Morning temperatures are mild, but the heat will crank up this afternoon. Highs will be near 90 degrees. Dew points are a tad bit higher, but still not at the very top of the muggy meter.
It is a splendid start to the Labor Day Weekend! Temperatures are comfortable to start things off this morning, but this afternoon will be hot with highs peaking into the low 90s. The lower humidity in place will help it be less oppressive during peak heating hours. Humidity will creep up a tad
Beautiful conditions continue for the rest of the day. Temperatures and dew points are lower than usual, making for a picture-perfect day! The drier air is also helping to clear the cloud cover, allowing a lot of sunshine. Clear skies will continue tonight and lows will fall near 60.
The cold front has passed, and drier air is pouring into the Tennessee Valley. This drier air will knock down the dew points, dissipate the clouds, and allow lots of sunshine. This afternoon will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid 80s. Drier air really settles in tomorrow, and temperatures
The plentiful cloud cover and showers have kept temperatures in the upper 70s this afternoon. Showers and storms will continue this evening and into the overnight, and coverage is expected to increase. Overnight lows will fall near 70. Flooding potential will be something to monitor.
Fog is causing some visibility issues this morning, but most are rain-free to start the day. Showers are possible throughout the day. Storms become more active during the afternoon as the day heats up. Expect scattered to numerous showers with the possibility of heavy rain, frequent lightning
Rain coverage has not been hefty, but there have been some strong storms this afternoon. Those who got rain received pleasant rain-cooled air after the storms passed. After sunset, the rain will diminish. A few lingering showers will continue through the night. Fog could develop tonight.
A front will stall over the area, and will be the concentration for showers and storms through the weekend. The first half of the day will be generally quiet, with storms firing off during the afternoon when it is the hottest. Strong storms are possible, but no severe weather is expected
Happy Friday! After a mostly quiet first half of the day, scattered showers and storms will spark this afternoon. Some storms could be strong, including locally heavy rain and lightning. The rain should fizzle out after sunset. Tonight will be quiet with a mostly cloudy sky.
Winds will be southerly today, and moisture will rise over the next few days. Plentiful sunshine will grace the sky, and will quickly warm temperatures up through the day. Today will be another hot day. Highs will be in the upper 90s, and feel like temperatures will be around 100 degrees.
HOT will be the word for this weekend. The sunshine will stick around through the weekend, and the humidity will make a comeback as turn southerly. High temperatures will rise into the mid to upper 90s, and Saturday's heat index (feels-like temperature) will be near 100 degrees.
It has been a beautiful day so far in the Tennessee Valley! The drier air has filtered in, and sunshine is abundant. The heat will be cranking up further into the afternoon Highs will be in the lower 90s. This weekend will be mostly quiet. The wind direction will shift southerly
The week started off very hot and humid, but now we are looking at the light at the end of the tunnel. The northerly winds behind the cold front are ushering in dry air into the area. Lower dew points are helping it feel more bearable, and it won't be too hot today.
The heat is cranking up, and highs will be near 90 degrees today. There is a slim chance for a stray shower or storm, but the day looks to be dry with a mix of sun and clouds. A cold front has sunk to our south. A drier air mass is sinking into the area. Lower dew points will be in place
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop into the afternoon and will stick around into the evening. A stalled front is to our south and will be the main area of development today. Western counties have a better shot for showers today than that east of I-65. Some storms could be strong
Heat and humidity continue to rule. A Heat Advisory will be in effect for northwest Alabama counties from Noon through 7 PM. Heat index values could reach up to 106°. Heat advisory or not, it will be hot everywhere today. Highs will peak into the lower 90s. High humidity will make it feel worse.
Showers and storms are back into the forecast. Rain will be possible as soon as the morning hours, but storms ramp up this afternoon around peak heating hours. After yesterday's rain, the ground is saturated, and today's rain could lead to localized flooding. Storms could be strong at times
All is quiet and mild this morning. Patchy fog is possible this morning, but most are good to go for the first half of the day. Today will be a lot like the past few days...hot, humid, with afternoon showers and storms. The coverage of rain will be isolated to scattered
It will be a hot end to the workweek with highs near 90° and pop up showers and storms. Most of the storms will take place this afternoon as the day heats up. The heat today really depends on where the rain and clouds will be located. Showers will be random, and there is a 40% chance today.