Hotter, more humid, and a chance of storms each day
Sounds like summertime, doesn’t it? Summer is officially 31 days away now; the summer solstice occurs on June 20th at 4:43 PM, but summer weather often gets started well before the solstice in Alabama and Tennessee.
Get ready! It’s almost here.
Temperatures trend upward through the next several days: from the 70s Wednesday to near 90ºF in between scattered downpours this weekend.
You can also look forward to a surge in humidity – and a major change in the comfort level of the air in Alabama through the weekend.
That muggy, hot air sets up a ‘threat’ of some individual, localized, hit/miss thunderstorms from Friday through Memorial Day.
Be aware of intense lightning, heavy rain and gusty winds from any storms that develop over the upcoming holiday weekend: especially if you’re on the water!
Track heavy storms with WHNT.com’s Interactive Radar or swipe over to the radar feature on Live Alert 19! You can also get up-to-date, location-based alerts wherever you are on Live Alert 19. Download it today for iOS and Android.