On Sunday, expect mostly cloudy skies with a few rounds of showers, not an all-day soaking rain. The moisture will spread eastward and we'll have the chance for showers and possible storms.
While the storm threat will be low, there could be a rumble of thunder over the next few days. Along with the wind shift and cooler temperatures, we'll also have a some scattered showers/T-storms move through the area. A southerly breeze and fairly moist air helped to keep it quite warm with most temperatures in the lower 70s. Partly sunny skies are expected on Friday with temperatures staying in the low 70s.
The weekend will be unseasonably warm and humid with a good chance of a rainy Sunday ahead of a wet start to the work week as remnants of Hurricane Nate move into the area.
Nate will be making landfall along the LA/MS coast sometime late Saturday night, then push inland. It is expected to zoom through West Virginia overnight Sunday into very early Monday, and be centered over Pennsylvania by Monday afternoon. The sky will be cloudy Tuesday morning, but some sunshine will likely mix as the day progresses. Significant, widespread power outages are likely over much of west and southwest Alabama, where wind gusts will likely exceed 70 miles per hour in some spots. The high will be near 80; after a morning low of 57. High temperatures will rise into the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
Tuesday and Wednesday look like they will be partly cloudy with highs below normal in the low/ mid-70s and winds will remain out of the north/northeast at 5-10 miles per hour.
Today: Clouds with some sunshine, especially during the afternoon. High pressure will begin to build back in on Thursday with drier conditions in the evening going into the weekend. There will likely be some occasional cloudier intervals that linger Thursday through Saturday, although a partly sunny forecast should still suffice. Friday and Saturday both look mostly sunny.