REST OF TONIGHT/TOMORROW: We will continue to enjoy a very tranquil night across the area with a light breeze and mostly clear sky overhead. It is possible that some fog may materialize as winds settle during the early morning hours. The mostly dry weather will be continuing through tomorrow with only a slight chance for a pop-up shower or storm in the late afternoon. The bigger story will be the noticeable rise in temperatures, with highs in the lower 90s during the afternoon.
REST OF THE WEEK: We will be in classic summer mode when it comes to the weather for the mid to late portion of the week. The organized rain threat will be lifting well north as high pressure builds in at the surface and aloft. This will mean very little rain for us with only a stray afternoon shower or storm possible through the end of the week. Some of our hottest weather can be expected late in the week with temperatures peaking in the mid 90s on Saturday. You can find the latest specifics regarding temperature and precipitation in the WBRC Weather App (Search WBRC Weather).
Fox6 Meteorologist Wes Wyatt