JUST A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS: We now have only a few remoted showers and thunderstorms throughout Alabama this afternoon over the southern 2/3 of the state. In any other case, the sky is partly too principally sunny with temperatures within the 88-91 diploma vary for many locations. The showers will finish quickly after sundown, and tonight shall be principally honest with a low within the 60s.
Warmth ranges start to come back down tomorrow as a floor entrance strikes by the state, however storms stay remoted in protection with many locations remaining dry. The excessive tomorrow shall be within the mid to higher 80s.
FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND: An unusually dry airmass for June will drop into Alabama Friday and Saturday with decrease humidity and cooler nights. Many locations throughout the northern half of the state will dip into the 50s throughout the early morning hours. Moisture ranges rise Sunday, and we are going to convey again the possibility of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs shall be within the 80s over the weekend.
NEXT WEEK: For now the climate appears pretty typical for early summer season with partly sunny days and “scattered, principally afternoon and night showers and thunderstorms”. Warmth ranges shall be creeping up, and a few communities may attain the mid 90s towards the top of the week. See the video briefing for maps, graphics, and extra particulars.
TROPICS: The Atlantic basin is quiet and tropical storm formation shouldn’t be anticipated by subsequent week.
WEATHER RELATED INJURY: An remoted storm blew a tree down onto a golf cart on the Trussville Nation Membership yesterday; one particular person sustained severe accidents. The identical storm produced small hail and torrential rain.
ONE YEAR AGO TODAY: A number of rounds of showers and thunderstorms occurred throughout Central Alabama from the afternoon of June 7 by the night of June 8, 2022. This led to flash flooding, which turned important in areas of Etowah County, equivalent to Gadsden and Glencoe, on the night of June 7. Further flash flooding occurred throughout parts of Jefferson, Shelby, and Talladega Counties throughout the early morning hours of June 8. Gradual transferring thunderstorms dumped upwards of 6″ of rain which led to important flash flooding in areas equivalent to Birmingham and Sylacauga.
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