A southwest wind will pick up on Wednesday afternoon ahead of a cold front. Temperatures will hit the lower 90s ahead of the front and isolated thunderstorms will be possible Wednesday afternoon and evening. The front will be moving across North Alabama Wednesday night. The wind will shift to the northeast early Thursday morning and slightly cooler but noticeably drier air will be moving in throughout the day on Thursday.
The weather looks dry from Thursday through Sunday with afternoon highs falling into the middle to upper 80s Thursday and Friday. Evening temperatures will be in the lower to middle 80s for the Fourth of July fireworks. Morning lows will get into the lower to middle 60s for Friday and Saturday morning.
The heat will return Saturday and Sunday with highs near 90s once again.
Tropical Storm Arthur has formed off the east coast of Florida. It will continue to track to the Northeast along the east coast. For more information on Arthur go to waff.com and or our weather app.
Have a great Holiday.