Isolated showers and thunderstorms should start to diminish by sunset this evening. We stay mostly cloudy overnight with temperatures dropping into the lower 70s.
The work week starts off with a cold front bringing widespread showers and thunderstorms to the Tennessee Valley Monday afternoon and into Monday night. The primary concern with these showers and storms will be heavy rain. While widespread severe weather is not expected, any stronger storms can produce gusty wind. Lingering showers and storms will continue into early Tuesday before we clear things out by Tuesday afternoon.
The rest of the week looks much quieter and pleasant for July standards. Plenty of sunshine returns by Wednesday and continues into the weekend. Temperatures will also be a few degrees below normal, with highs in the mid 80s. Perhaps the biggest shock to the system will be morning temperatures, as we drop to near 60 Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
- An increase in storms before a much anticipated cool down
- People in Madison County anticipate potential flooding
- A few storms, increasing heat
- Redstone Arsenal closed Tuesday due to anticipated winter weather conditions
- TVA preparing for anticipated massive North Alabama rainfall
- Flood watches posted in anticipation for more heavy rain
- Rain And Storms Increasing Sunday Afternoon
- Damaging storm risk increasing Thu. morning
- Increasing showers, a few storms Thursday
- Storms increase in coverage through Saturday