Anniston finds itself conveniently located between Birmingham and Atlanta, and as far I know, has nothing to do with Jennifer.
At 853PM, CT, Anniston was reporting a temperature of 82 degrees with mostly clear skies. The area was quiet for now, but a fairly well defined cold front through Kentucky was generating widespread showers and thunderstorms just north of Anniston, and would likely be a focal point for thunderstorms along and south of the boundary through the day tomorrow.
The next two days will see the boundary to the north stall. This will have negligible impact on Anniston, as thunderstorm activity will continue as it has all summer, generally cropping up in the afternoon and diminishing after nightfall. The convection will be somewhat more widespread to the north, however, though it won’t influence the overall forecast in Anniston.
Tomorrow – Thunderstorms, High 91, Low 76
Friday – Thunderstorms continue, High 91, Low 75
TWC: Tomorrow – Variable clouds with thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. Humid. High 91. Low 75
Friday – Scattered thunderstorms. High 95, Low 74
AW: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm High 89, Low 75
Friday – Variable clouds with showers and thunderstorms High 93, Low 75
NWS: Tomorrow – Showers and thunderstorms likely. Mostly cloudy High 91, Low 75
Friday – Showers and thunderstorms likely. Mostly cloudy High 90, Low 73
WB: Tomorrow – Thunderstorms likely, High 91, Low 75
Friday – Thunderstorms likely, High 90, Low 74
Pretty even forecasts across the board. I love it when there is just one degree difference between the weather Service and Weatherbug. The satellite looks a lot busier than it probably is.