Huntsville was once the home of the space program and is currently home to one of the smallest National Weather Service offices.
At 853AM, CT, Huntsville was reporting a temperature of 66 degrees with partly cloudy skies. Dew points in the 50s were only going to rise with temperatures, as a strong trough over the Rockies was going to move into the High Plains through the day today, which will induce a strong southerly flow across the most of the southeast, and generate a good deal of instability west of the Appalachians.
Over the next two days, a focusing front will develop over Texas and the Southern Plains. Showers will persist north of Huntsville, as well, but convergence in northern Alabama will not be an issue. Expect warm, humid weather to continue in Huntsville, with the wet weather ringing them in the warm sector of the massive system to the northwest.
Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 84, Low 54
Tuesday – Partly to mostly cloudy, High 86, Lo2 58
TWC: Tomorrow – Sunshine and clouds mixed. High 84, Low 55
Tuesday – Mix of sun and clouds. High 82, Low 58
AW: Tomorrow – Sunny to partly cloudy and very warm High 85, Low 55
Tuesday – Sunny to partly cloudy, breezy and very warm High 83, Low 61
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 85, Low 55
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 86, Low 59
WB: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy. High 85, Low 57
Tuesday – Partly cloudy. High 83, Low 58
Not bad for Huntsville, if you don’t mind the heat. Additionally, thunderstorms will certainly be moving into Huntsville later this week. Nothing now, fortunately for any outdoor enthusiasts.