The forecast is sponsored by Waive the Shoals. Today, we have a few showers and light sprinkles moving across parts of Northeast Alabama.
Specifically, in Madison County, there is a shower heading towards Hampton Cove area and Gurley. Other areas are dealing with cloudy cover, like Colbert Heights and Fort Payne. Current temperatures range from the 50’s to the low 60’s. There is a lot of cloud cover moving across the Southeast, and that will continue throughout the day.
If you plan on being outside, you may encounter some light sprinkles in the morning, but they will go away as we head into the afternoon and temperatures climb into the 60’s. The cloud cover may clear up slightly in the afternoon, but it will return in the evening. Overnight, temperatures will drop into the upper 40’s. On Monday, some cloud cover will return in the afternoon.
As for the rest of the week, we will be keeping an eye on a system developing off the Texas coast, that could bring more rain chances. It’s still uncertain how this system will track, which will determine the amount of rain we receive.
Regardless, the drought conditions in our area will likely persist despite the light rain we had over the weekend. So, don’t put away your umbrella just yet, as we may need it towards the middle of the week.
Daytime temperatures will be in the 50’s and 60’s, with morning lows in the 40’s and 50’s..