RAIN AT TIMES THROUGH THE REST OF YOUR MONDAY
The main rain band that is over the north and northwestern parts of the area will continue to move across the area throughout the remainder of the daylight hours. After the main band, we could see a lull in the activity with a few lingering showers possible before a secondary line of showers moves through during the late-night and overnight hours. Some thunder is possible but not likely. Highs will range from the mid-50s to the mid-60s across the area.
Temperatures as of the noon Roundup were in the mid-40s to the upper 50s across the area. Birmingham was at 49 degrees. The warm spot was Troy at 59 degrees while the cold spot was Haleyville at 45 degrees.
SHOWERS EXIT ON TUESDAY; MAY RETURN ON WEDNESDAY FOR SOME
That second band of showers may take its time moving out of the eastern and southeastern parts of the area during the morning hours on Tuesday, but we should mainly dry out all across the area for the late morning through the remainder of the day. Highs will range from near 60 degrees in the northwest to the lower 70s in the southeast. Shower chances will start to increase during the overnight hours.
Another impulse will be sweeping across the area that may drag a few showers across the northern two-thirds of Central Alabama through the daylight hours on Wednesday. The overall chance of rain for anyone north of the I-85 corridor is small, while south of that will remain dry. Highs will range from the upper 40s to the lower 60s from northwest to southeast.
NWS BIRMINGHAM SKYWARN STORM SPOTTER TRAINING
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