Morning storms will decrease by later this morning with temperatures reaching into the 70s. It is important to note that not everyone will see rain Thursday because of the scattered nature of the storms.
"Severe storms with hail and wind will also be possible across a broad area from parts of West Texas to the upper Mississippi Valley, eastward to the Great Lakes region to the Southeast".
However, it is interesting to note that both of the high-resolution models, the North American Mesoscale and the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh, show absolutely nothing across Alabama this afternoon. Daytime highs are expected to move back into the mid-90s along with heat index values near 105.
This weekend we'll have one more hot day in the mid 90s on Saturday before a cold front brings the best chance for widespread rain Saturday night and leaving us with highs in the mid to possibly even low 80s on Sunday with much lower humidity as well.More news: Chelsea first opponents for Spurs at new 'home' Wembley
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Monday Night.A few clouds.
Thursday's storm chances will be highest after 3pm and continue through around midnight or so. Highs in the mid to upper 80s.
Wednesday.Partly cloudy. Rain chance in afternoon/evening.
Severe storms could impact Wichita this afternoon through the early overnight hours. The Storm Prediction Center has placed much of north Alabama in a slight risk for severe weather, and central Alabama in a marginal risk which includes most of Pike County and slivers of Barbour and Covington Counties.