Dry the next few days. Rain chances come back late weekend into early next week. Temps not bad!
We're back to quiet weather across the Tennessee Valley after the latest round of showers and storms to move through the area. That front has shifted south of our area, and we are left with clearing skies and somewhat drier air moving in early this Thursday morning. Temperatures are in the upper 60s to lower 70s as of the 2:00 AM hour. There is a concern for some patchy fog across the area though, and a Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for portions of northwest Alabama to the south of the Tennessee River, valid until 9:00 AM this morning. Be sure to use a little extra caution when heading out this morning.
Skies look to remain partly cloudy to mostly sunny as we head through our Thursday. Daytime highs top out in the upper 80s to lower 90s. All in all, not too bad of a weather day for mid July in the Tennessee Valley!
Weather is mostly quiet for the next few days with the frontal boundary to our south keeping deeper moisture and rain chances closer to the Gulf Coast. However, that moisture moves back north late in the weekend, and a few showers and storms may try to sneak into the forecast Saturday, a little more possible on Sunday, and then a decent chance of scattered showers and storms ahead of the next weather disturbance on Monday. Any rain around the area would still be welcome news! Temperatures also don't stray far from normal the next several days with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s, morning lows in the upper 60s to near 70, and heat index values staying below 100 degrees. Maybe a touch cooler on Monday, closer to the mid 80s, with the added cloud cover and elevated rain chances.