Our forecast is a rinse and repeat kind of forecast. You might also call it a broken record forecast, and it's going to keep skipping, keep skipping, keep skipping, keep skipping through Saturday.
The heat is on, but our highs in the low-to-mid 90s are within a degree or two of climatological normals for us. The heat indices will be near 100 degrees, and that will be the big kicker for us. The chance for rain is low. That doesn't mean we won't have some showers around. It just means that only a few spots across the Tennessee Valley will actually get any rain through the week. That helps to tame the heat, but not everyone will benefit from the heat relief.
A stray shower or two is possible this evening, especially near the Mississippi state line. Temperatures will drop through the 90s and into the 80s this evening and then into the 70s by around midnight. Wednesday starts with muggy 70s and climbs quickly through the 80s and toward 90 by noon. The afternoon will warm into the low-to-mid 90s with heat indices near 100 degrees. The chance for a few stray showers is small, but it will be more spread out across the Valley for Wednesday as opposed to being confined to the Shoals like Monday and Tuesday.
- Hot With Only A Few Showers Wednesday
- Hot Week With Only Isolated Showers
- Isolated showers and a hot afternoon
- Becoming Warmer Wednesday With Spotty PM Showers
- Hot With A Few Showers For The 4th
- Thursday Will Be Hot With Scattered Showers & Thunder
- Tuesday Evening Showers Fade, Wednesday Will Be Drier
- Hot, humid, and stormy
- Sunny, hot, and hazy
- Unseasonably hot, yet again