Alabama weather forecast today and tomorrow

THIS IS I WVTM13 LIVE DOPPLER. STEPHANIE: WE STILL HAVE RAIN AT THIS TIME. UNSTABLE WEATHER FOR MUCH OF THIS WEEK. WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A FEW CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, EVEN STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE AS WE DRIVE THERE’S SUMMER — WEDNESDAY EVENING THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING. OVER THE WEEKEND IT LOOKS WE ARE GOING TO FACE THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS. HERE IS AN OVERVIEW OF THE ROU WEATHER HAZARD MAP FOR WEDNESDAY EVENING AROUND 9:00 OR 10:00. WE WILL LIKELY SEE A LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS MOVING WITH A STRONG COLD FRONT. IT WILL MOVE FM NORTH-WEST TO SOUTHEAST. IT IS EXPECTED TO GET OUT OF SOUTHEAST COUNTIES BY 5:00 OR 6:00 AM AN ENHANCED RKIS THROUGH THE FAR NORTHWESTERN CORNER OF THE STATE AND BACK INTO MISSISSIPPI. THE MAIN HAZARD IS DAMAGING WINDS. IT IS POSSIBLE TO GET AN ISOLATED TORNADO OR TWO. TH MORNING APPEARS TO BE WEDNESDAY EVENING DURING THE OVERNIGHT PERIOD. WE WILL KEEP THE CHANCE OF RAIN QUITE HIGH FOR THE NEXT HOURS, BUT I TNKHI AFTER 3AM TODAY A LOT OF RAIN IS MOVING IN. DRITER EXPECTED THIS EVENING. TUESDAY COVERAGE NOT AS HIGH. THERE ARE A FEW SHOWERS. I THINK WE WILL STAY DRY TUESDAY. UNTIL WEDNESDAY, THE BOOK OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS SHOULD HOLD UNTIL WEDNESDAY EVENING AND THURSDAY MORNING. DRITER WEATHER ARRIVES ON FRIDAY. HERE IS A LOOK AT RADAR NEAR NOON TODAY.RADAR YOU CAN ESE SHOWERS MOVE FROM THE AREA. BY 3:00 PM SHOWERS OF A FEW DEGREES MAY LAST IN THE MIDDLE OR LATE AFTERNOON. A LOT OF THIS WILL START. — WILL BE GONE. HERE’S A LOOK AT THE TALLADEGA SURSPEEDWAY. IT IS COVERED. SURE LIKE IT COULD AT ANY TIME. THERE IS LEANGDI EDGE OF SHOWERS APPROACHING COORIDOR I IN BIRMINGHAM TOWARDS ALABASTER, ALSO ARNE CLANTON. THIS LLWI BAND IS CROSSING AND LIKELY WILL WEAKEN AS IT MOVES EASTERN ALABAMA. I THINK YOU WILL HAVE RAIN IN ANNISTON, MUMFOR TALLADEGA, THESE AREAS. THE CHANCES OF RAIN REMAIN QUITE HIGH UNTIL AT LEAST 3 AM. YOUAN C SEE THESE FALLING NUMBERS. WE SHOULD RECOVER IN THE 70S WHEN THE RAIN ENDS, OTHERWISE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY IN THE 80S. WEDNESDAY EVENING THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING IS WHEN WE

Showers and thunderstorms return to central Alabama today; serious threat on Wednesday

More unsettled weather is expected to start the week with the chance of rain returning. Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday evening. Get the latest forecast in the video above. SHOWERS RETURNIt shouldn’t be raining all day, but keep an umbrella nearby. Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are expected today. We will likely see a decrease in coverage by mid to late afternoon, but cloudy skies will remain. Once the rain is over, temperatures should be able to rebound into the low 70s for the highs. Although some showers are possible this evening, I expect much of the area will be rain free. SEVERE THREAT It will be warmer and more humid on Tuesday, with highs near 80 degrees. A few passing showers or isolated thunderstorms are possible, especially in western counties, but coverage will be limited. A stronger system finally moves eastward on Wednesday bringing the possibility of thunderstorms late Wednesday through Thursday morning. Much of the region is at slight risk of severe storms with an increased risk in far northwest Alabama. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms appears to be moving northwest to southeast between 10 p.m. Wednesday night and 6 a.m. Thursday morning. The main danger will be damaging winds up to 60 mph. However, an isolated tornado or two is possible. 7 DAY FORECAST Drier, less humid air will infiltrate for Thursday afternoon and Friday, with temperatures in the mid to high 70’s for the highs. Unfortunately, the chances of rain return for Easter weekend as a frontal boundary locks in central Alabama. Get the free WVTM 13 app here and enable alerts for the latest weather updates. For the latest weather information from Birmingham and the most accurate certified forecast from central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 News. 10 Day Forecast Interactive Radar Birmingham Skycams Live Doppler Radar Sign up for weather email alerts Download the WVTM 13 app Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

More unsettled weather is expected to start the week with the chance of rain returning. Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday evening. Get the latest predictions in the video above.

BACK FROM THE SHOWERS

It shouldn’t rain all day, but keep an umbrella nearby. Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are expected today. We will likely see a decrease in coverage by mid to late afternoon, but cloudy skies will remain. Once the rain is over, temperatures should be able to rebound into the low 70s for the highs. Although some showers are possible this evening, I expect much of the area will be rain free.

hourly forecast for central Alabama

SERIOUS THREAT

It will be warmer and more humid on Tuesday, with highs near 80 degrees. A few passing showers or isolated thunderstorms are possible, especially in western counties, but coverage will be limited.

A stronger system finally moves eastward on Wednesday bringing the possibility of thunderstorms late Wednesday through Thursday morning. Much of the region is at slight risk of severe storms with an increased risk in far northwest Alabama. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms appears to be moving northwest to southeast between 10 p.m. Wednesday night and 6 a.m. Thursday morning. The main danger will be damaging winds up to 60 mph. However, an isolated tornado or two is possible.

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7-DAY FORECAST

Drier and less humid air will filter in Thursday afternoon and Friday, with temperatures in the mid to upper 70s for the highs. Unfortunately, the chances of rain return for Easter weekend as a frontal boundary locks in central Alabama.

7-day forecast with temperatures for central Alabama

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