Cloud cover will continue to decrease this evening as a light northerly breeze ushers in drier air. You’ll notice the drop in humidity by Wednesday.
It will also be a tad cooler. Overnight lows will drop into the mid to upper 60s. Despite abundant sunshine on Wednesday, highs will struggle to get to 90°. Overnight lows will be the coolest of the week heading into Thursday and Friday mornings. Low-to-mid 60s can be expected, but some of our sheltered Valleys in northeastern AL may be able to briefly dip into the upper 50s.
Look for the heat/humidity to return as we head into the holiday weekend. Highs should be into the lower 90s Thursday through Saturday with isolated afternoon storms possible each day.
At this point, our weather is looking more unsettled for Sunday and the Fourth of July itself…meaning there’s a higher chance for rain, but it doesn’t appear to be a washout at this point.
Be sure to check back for the most up-to-date forecast regarding the storm chance this Independence Day. You can always get the latest weather info on the go with our free WAFF 48 First Alert weather app. Text APPS to 4-48-48 for links to download.
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