Friday afternoon, July 25, 2014
Forecaster: Ryan Stinnett
FINE-LOOKING FRIDAY: Our first front has pushed south of the Interstate 20 corridor overnight and is currently nearly stationary across Central Alabama. Late in the morning, we started to see a few showers develop along this boundary and this activity is slowly pushing towards the south and east, and it is all south of the U.S. 80 corridor. For us in north-central Alabama, we are seeing a mostly sunny sky, with some higher clouds working in from the north that are filtering our sunlight some this afternoon. It is dry for nearly all of us, and it is hot as well, as most locations are seeing highs are in the upper 80s and 90s.
OUR WARM WEEKEND: High pressure noses in from the west, and with the front to our south, our rain chances remain very low, with nearly all of us staying dry Saturday and likely Sunday. Both days will be mostly sunny, with highs into the lower 90s. By late Sunday, our weather will begin to change once again...but for the better.
MONDAY: Our next and more powerful front will be arriving late Sunday and into Monday. It will bring better rain chances for the area early Monday, but we should begin to see clearing as early as Monday afternoon. Behind the front, high pressure will build in at the surface and we be delivering a cooler and drier air mass...HOORAY!!!
Partly sunny, hot and hazy.
A good supply of sunshine. Any showers very isolated.
Partly sunny and hot. A thunderstorm possible late in the day and Sunday night.