Widespread Showers and Storms Return Thursday

Figure 1 Dense fog advisory graphic from NWS Mobile.

Rest of This Evening and Tonight: With a front stalled out along the I-65 corridor, rain chances remain elevated, with scattered showers possible. Patches of dense fog are also likely to impact coastal areas, with a dense fog advisory in effect through 10 AM tomorrow. Expect a low of around 60.

Tomorrow and Tomorrow Night: Areas of dense fog persist for the morning hours (coastal zones, but possibly spreading inland some). We will have upper 60s to lower 70s for daytime highs, with 60s for overnight lows. Scattered showers continue.

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Figure 2. GFS predicted 6-hour precipitation valid at 12 PM Thursday. Map credit: weathermodels.com

More Rain Thursday – Friday: An area of low pressure will track from the Gulf to the Tennessee Valley late Thursday into Friday, bringing an associated front east. Showers and thunderstorms will become widespread Thursday afternoon into Friday. Rain amounts will generally be in the 1 – 3″ range.

Drying Out: Cooler, drier air moves in Friday afternoon/evening with clearing skies. Pleasant, rain-free conditions will prevail into the weekend.

50s are expected for highs Saturday, with upper 50s to low 60s Sunday. Lows will be in the 40s both Saturday and Sunday morning.

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