This will bring more chances of showers and storms for the start of the workweek.
The main threat will be focused across the southern half of the region from late afternoon through Wednesday morning. Overnight, showers should dissipate with lows in the mid to upper 60's.
Today (Sunday): We could see some early fog and perhaps a passing shower during the morning, but most of us should be mainly dry into midafternoon.
The best chance of those will be in north and north-central Alabama. With all this rain about, we'll be watching the larger rivers for flooding again. We'll have another chance for scattered showers and storms as a front remains stalled across the area.
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The heat is on again by week's end when highs soar back into the mid and upper 90s once again along with gusty southerly winds and higher humidity but not too many rain/storm chances.
The strong to severe storms will be moving through the mountains this afternoon into the evening hours. Beyond Wednesday, rain chances become minimal as high temperatures creep back into the 90s for the second half of the week.
Thu: High: 93 Low: 71 Becoming mostly sunny, breezy.
The big weather story is the break from the extreme heat we've had the past couple days both today and tomorrow.
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