I’ve been to Montgomery before. I ate at Arby’s and watched a basketball game.
At 1053AM, ET, Montgomery was reporting a temperature of 85 degrees with clear skies. Alabama was dominated by warm air and clear skies, but an overriding southerly flow into a deep area of low pressure over eastern Canada will likely lead to some thickening clouds and increasing humidity, though dew points in the upper 60s are plenty humid already.
The tail end of a cold front associated with the low pressure center, and being enhanced by the remnants of Simon, which dissipating in the Rockies right now. While the rain will fill into low surface pressure, the overriding, more moist flow will also be into cooler temperatures aloft, which ultimately will lead to clouds. That said, the upper level trough responsible for the genesis of the boundary will be peeling into the North Atlantic, and the front won’t be given a chance to advance into southern Alabama, leaving a dry but sticky beginning to the weekend in Montgomery.
Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy, High 89, Low 63
Saturday – Cloudy, High 88, Low 65
TWC: Tomorrow – Sunny High 90, Low 65
Saturday – Sunny High 90, Low 65
AW: Tomorrow – Partly sunny and warm with the temperature tying the record from 2010 High 91, Low 65
Saturday – Warm with the temperature approaching the record of 90 set in 1954 with times of sun and clouds High 89, Low 66
NWS: Tomorrow – Patchy fog before 9am. Otherwise, mostly sunny, Showers and storms late High 88, Low 66
Saturday – Partly sunny Showers late, High 87, Low 66
WB: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy. Patchy fog in the morning Thunderstorms late, High 88, Low 65
Saturday – Partly cloudy. Showers late, Hiigh 88, Low 65
WN: Tomorrow – Partly Cloudy with Patchy Fog High 88, Low 64
Saturday – Partly Cloudy High 88, Low 66
Hot and sticky. A couple outlets foresee some rain. You can see all the storms kicking up north of Alabama.