Century Mark Broken In A Few Locations Today

It was a record-tying day down in Montgomery as the afternoon high reached 102 degrees. The previous record of 102 degrees was set on this day back in 2000. Here are highs from the rest of Central Alabama:

Alexander City … 96º
Anniston … 98º
Auburn … 97º
Bessemer … 100º
Birmingham … 100º
Demopolis … 99º
Gadsden … 98º
Greenville … 102º
Marion … 103º
Maxwell AFB … 100º
Montgomery … 102º
Prattville … 100º
Shelby Co. Airport … 101º
Sylacauga … 96º
Talladega … 98º
Troy … 97º
Tuscaloosa … 99º

Sunday won’t be much better as humidity levels will begin to rise with a weak southerly flow will startup. That extra moisture will allow for the development of a few isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms over the southeastern parts of the area mainly along and south of the I-85 corridor. The rest of Central Alabama will remain mostly sunny and hot. Highs will be in the lower 90s to just over 100 degrees.

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