Author: Ryan Stinnett

Rain Showers Remain in Generous Supply

ACTIVE RADAR AT TIMES: Today and tomorrow we will continue to deal with numerous showers and storms at times. Expect more clouds than sun, very muggy conditions and highs in the 80s. Rainfall totals are going to vary greatly across the state with some locations receiving little to no rain, while other spots could receive several inches. THURSDAY/FRIDAY: Late in…

Very Active Start to Week…Tropics Heating Up as Well

FIRST HALF OF WEEK: Look for an increase in the number of showers and storms today through Wednesday as rising moisture and instability will provide ample fuel for showers and storms on a daily basis. Also, several feature will be working across the Gulf Coast state, which will further enhance rain chances and these three days will feature more clouds…

Heat, Humidity, Random Storms, and Independence

TODAY AND THE INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND: The overall pattern just does not change much through the weekend. The weather will remain hot and very humid today, Saturday, and Sunday. Expect a mix of sun and clouds, with temps in the low to perhaps mid 90s, and with such high humidity levels, heat index values will be in the 100°-105° degree…

Rain and Storms Remain in Generous Supply

TODAY/TOMORROW: Little change in the day to day forecast for the foreseeable future under this persistent weather pattern…Expect a mix of sun and clouds, with temperatures in the upper 80s and lower 90. With the very humid air mass remaining in place, scattered to numerous showers and strong storms are possible anytime, with the greatest number during the by afternoon…

More Strong Storms Possible Today

A tropical air mass is in place across Alabama as dew points are ranging from the lower to mid 70s, that is air you can wear. It doesn’t take much to get rain and storms going in an air mass like this, and is why through the morning hours, we are already seeing them on the radar over portions of…

Big HEAT Means Big STORMS

It is certainly summertime in Alabama and the weather pattern looks very typical for late June and early July. We are in a very humid, tropical air mass and each day this week we will see a partly sunny sky, hot and humid afternoons, which will aide in the development of afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will be…

Lots of Heat and Humidity This Week

Today will be very similar to Sunday, as we will see clouds and sun, hot and humid conditions, and isolated to scattered strong storms dotting the radar this afternoon and evening. Again, highs should be in the low to mid 90s, pushing heat index value over 100° at times this afternoon for most locations across South/Central Alabama. REST OF THE…

Storms Thin Out Some, But Could Still Be Strong at Times

FINALLY FRIDAY: The showers and storms will thin out a bit today as they will become more scattered in nature, but later today they will be popping across the Alabama landscape as rain chances should be around 40%. We should see a mix of sun and clouds today which will allow highs to return to the upper 80s to low…

Rain Gear Needed Again Today; Storms Thin Out Tomorrow

MORE RAIN/STORMS TODAY: The moisture-rich air mass remains in place over Alabama allowing for occasional showers and thunderstorms to remain in the forecast again today. For now, the SPC does not have any part of Alabama under a risk for severe weather today, but we will continue to mention some stronger storms today could produce small hail and strong, gusty…

Rain at Times; Strong Storms Possible Again This Afternoon

TODAY/TOMORROW: Little change in the forecast these two days as scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms will occur across Alabama. We have areas of rain ongoing this morning, and as we head into the afternoon hours, instability will build and we will some storms packing a punch and is why the SPC continues the level 1/5 “marginal risk” across much…