MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WSFA) – A classic summer pattern continues on Sunday and beyond – highs each day will head into the ’90s, lows will fall in the’ 70s and we’ll see 30-40% coverage of downpours and storms mainly in the afternoon. daytime. In other words … typical August weather. No wonder, right?
Each day will bring its own chance for rain, and no place is guaranteed to see showers or storms.
That’s why it’s important to keep your First Alert weather app handy, especially if you’re going to be outdoors.
Tropical update: Happy to report that no system should impact the Deep South in the short term, but that doesn’t mean the tropics aren’t active. We have two more systems that we are seeing, but neither will threaten Alabama or impact the Gulf Coast.
Grace’s remains continue to collapse in central Mexico.
What was Hurricane Henri is now a tropical storm, and it is moving inland as we speak. It will be an interesting situation … New English people are no strangers to tropical systems, but they don’t see / feel the impacts as often as other parts of the country; large numbers of power outages are likely, along with catastrophic flooding in parts of the northeast.
Finally, there is a tropical wave off the west coast of Africa that the National Hurricane Center gives a low chance of transforming into a named system within the next 5 days. A large plume of Saharan dust will cross the Atlantic over the next five to seven days, countering major tropical development in the deep Atlantic next week. We are going to watch…
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