Good Saturday, Tennessee Valley! Showers and storms are expected this weekend. Today, there could be a shower or two this morning, but activity will be heightened during the afternoon. Clouds and rain could help keep highs from getting too hot.
Another hot and humid Alabama day to wrap up the workweek. Dew points are soaring, with most areas in the mid to upper 70s, and Scottsboro even made it 82 for the dew point. Values around 70 are already muggy enough, but anything higher than that is just miserable.
A few showers will be possible through the morning hours, but most of the rain the Tennessee Valley will see today will occur during the afternoon. Expect scattered showers and thunderstorms today with cloudy conditions.
Today starts on the dry side with a mix of sun and clouds for the morning hours. Expect scattered showers and storms this afternoon, decreasing during the evening, with mostly cloudy skies. Clouds and rain will keep highs mostly in the upper 80s, below average.
Tropical Storm Barry is strengthening, and now has maximum sustained winds at 65 mph and is moving WNW at 5 mph. Barry poses many threats, especially to areas around the Gulf coast. Threats include heavy rain, strong winds, and storm surge. A Flash Flood Watch is issued for the Alabama Gulf coast.
Wednesday and Thursday are First Alert Weather Days due to extremely high heat and humidity. High heat is expected again today, and a Heat Advisory is issued for most of the area, from Noon through 7 PM, but heat is fair game for all of the Tennessee Valley area.
Some areas are waking up to fog, but visibility for most cities is all clear. There is a decent chance of rain all day. A few showers are possible through the morning hours, but around lunchtime showers and storms will likely increase in coverage and intensity.
Patchy fog across the area will dissipate within a few hours after sunrise. Expect a mix of sun and clouds with increasing clouds this afternoon as diurnally driven pop-up showers and storms develop. And rain today should not last long, and after sunset, the storms will lose their fuel from the heat
Good Sunday, Tennessee Valley! Patchy fog is noted across the area. The fog will dissipate after additional heating through the morning. The day will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs peaking into the low 90s. The humidity will be high once again today, with dew points near 70.
We made it to the weekend! The first week of Summer brought plenty of heat, and the hot conditions will roll through the weekend as well. The first half of the day will be quiet, and temperatures will soar quickly. By Noon, most cities will be near 90°, and today's high will be in the lower 90s.
A line of showers with embedded thunderstorms are moving northeast as a cold front advances eastward. The line will move into northwest Alabama this morning, making for a soggy commute. Through the morning, showers and storms will push farther east, moving through the Tennessee Valley.
It is a typical start to the day, mild and calm. Throughout the day, heat will rise into the lower 90s and the "feels-like" temperature will be near 100°. A few showers are possible today, especially during peak heating hours, but most will stay dry with a mix of sun and clouds in the sky.
After some strong storms last night, the day is getting started on a mostly quiet note. More rain is expected to impact the area today. Showers and storms around Missouri are moving southeastwardly, and will likely impact the Tennessee Valley today. The timing on the rain moving in from the north
A few light showers linger from this morning's activity, but all of the action will continue to shift towards the east and exit our area. The Tennessee Valley could have a few more showers this afternoon, but rain chances are slim this afternoon and clouds will decrease later in the day.
A change in the weather pattern will take place today. The first half of the day will be on the dry side, but a shower or two could be possible. This afternoon rain cranks up. Isolated showers and thunderstorms will be scattered across the area today. The number of showers should stay limited,
The weekend kicks off with dry conditions and a mix of sun and clouds. A southerly flow today will push in warm and humid air from the gulf. This change in airmass will help to create showers for the start of next week. Today will be a nice day. Highs will peak into the upper 80s this afternoon.
High pressure remains in control of our weather today, providing nice calm conditions with mostly clear skies. A few clouds return tonight, and overnight lows will fall into the lower 60s. Saturday will be mostly sunny and dry. A southerly flow will usher in moisture from the south
Sunday begins quiet, with patchy fog. A few scattered showers are expected this afternoon and early evening, around peak heating hours. Expect a mix of sun and clouds. Highs will top out into the low 90s. A weak cold front will trail behind the activity and pass through tonight.
Happy first day of June! Today is the beginning of the Meteorological Summer, which includes the months of June, July, and August. Today will feature lower humidity and warm temperatures this afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 80s and dew points will be in the upper 50s and low 60s
It's Memorial Day, and the forecast calls for more heat. Today will include a mix of sun and clouds. Highs will once again be well above average, in the mid-90s. Heat index values will be near 100°. Find ways to stay cool today!Heat continues this week.
The holiday weekend continues to be hot and humid. High pressure is still in control and will consume any chance for rain. Today will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs will once again be above average and peak into the mid 90s. Overnight lows will sink into the low 70s.
Good Saturday morning! More heat and humidity follows us through the holiday weekend. Patchy fog is present across the area this morning, but as the morning rolls along, the fog will clear and sunshine takes over. Daytime highs will be in the mid 90s. Diurnally driven pop up showers are possible.