Tuesday morning was warm and humid with locally dense fog and a handful of showers. After the morning fog mixes out, the rest of Tuesday features a mix of sun and clouds.
Author: Ben Lang
After a cloudy and wet weekend, the weather pattern remains unchanged early this week. While an overcast sky greets us Monday morning, there won’t be much rain early in the day. That changes by midday, with showers and storms becoming widely scattered throughout the afternoon and early evening.
Thursday morning featured clouds and rain yet again for central and south Alabama. At midday, the showers and storms became a bit more spotty, but clouds were still widespread. Expect showers and storms to become numerous to widespread during the afternoon and early evening.
It was a gloomy and gray Tuesday morning for many across central and south Alabama. However, the rain coverage through midday was rather spotty. It could remain that way for the rest of the day.
The mainly sunny and less-humid weather of late last week is long gone. The weekend was fairly nice, but this week features more clouds and increasing rain chances. For Monday, a partly cloudy morning becomes a mostly cloudy afternoon.
The average low temperature for September 10th in our area is 68°. However, Friday morning temperatures range from the upper 50s to low 60s prior to sunrise. But the rest of the day won’t be so cool.
Thursday began cloudy for many around sunrise Thursday morning. However, by midday all locations north of highway 80 were back to sunshine. Clouds gradually clear for the rest of our area during the afternoon.
Wednesday morning was rather cloudy across central and south Alabama. A few showers and storms developed just before midday near the Interstate 85 corridor. Expect these to become more numerous during the afternoon.
Tuesday morning featured some clouds and some sun, but there was virtually no rain prior to midday. That’s set to change Tuesday afternoon, with showers and storms becoming widely scattered with time.
Labor Day didn’t feature the sunny and dry end to the holiday weekend that many may have hoped for. Showers and storms became widespread along a “cold” front parked across central Alabama Monday afternoon.