But now that it's here, we will be seeing potentially a lot of it this weekend. Storms will develop in the Gulf of Mexico and move onto the coast, becoming more numerous as they spread inland. Some storms could produce damaging winds, heavy rain, and/or hail. Partly sunny, with a high near 92. We'll continue to watch for the threat of localized flash flooding in areas that have already received a good amount of rain.
Tuesday: A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Starting Thursday, the stalled system will dissipate which should result in more sunshine, higher temperatures & lower (but still possible) rain chances.
Warmer and more humid today. Winds will be out of the west to southwest.
Overnight, expect cloudy skies and windy conditions with gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour.
Expect highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s with a heat index of 95ºF to 100ºF for most of the Tennessee Valley.
THURSDAY | Partly sunny with isolated shower and storm chances. Wind: NE 5-10. High: 89. A cold front moving through the area on Monday will bring extra cloud cover throughout the day, holding temperatures to the low 80s. Even though temperatures will be below normal, we will have high humidity.
TUESDAY | Partly cloudy with showers and storms possible.
Over the next few day the jet stream will retreat back and allow for another Low pressure system by the OH border to move into our area and bring some much needed relief in humidity and more rain showers.