Sunday turned out to be quite a nice day with high temperatures near 60 - running about 5-7 degrees above average. After patchy morning fog, clear skies prevailed into the early afternoon. Clouds returned later in the day with an approaching storm to our west.
Rainfall amounts with the storm will generally range between 3/4" over the northwestern part of Alabama to 1-1/2" to 2" near the southern tier of Marshall to Jackson and Dekalb counties. Watch for localized flooding. Winds north 15-25 mph. Lows 37-41.
Monday will be a breezy day. We'll see clouds in the morning then becoming partly cloudy by midday. High near 50. Winds north 10-15 mph with a few higher gusts.
For the rest of the week we are looking for two chances for rainfall. The first chance is Tuesday evening into early Wednesday morning. The second chance arrives Saturday afternoon and ends early Sunday.
Temperatures will be fairly close to average (Low 35 / High 54). So we're not looking for any big arctic air masses or anything too warm.