More summer storms, some possibly severe

Strong Storms: what to expect from stormy weather Thursday

There could be a couple of showers in the area by late tonight with lows overnight falling into the low 60s. Away from storms, the winds will die down.

Saturday will be our hottest day with temperatures in the mid to upper 90s under mostly sunny skies.

Prior to storms developing, there will be unsafe heat across the area with a heat index in excess of 100 degrees. There's a risk of a thunderstorm in the morning. The average high this time of year is 81 degrees and we'll stay above normal through the end of the week. Storm chances increase Friday night into Saturday morning but will move out early, leaving us with a partly cloudy, hot & humid afternoon Saturday.

Expect light chop on coastal lakes and bays with winds moving Southwest at 10 knots and Seas 1 to 2 feet.

The National Weather Service said the parameters will be in place for a few microbursts across north and parts of central Alabama.

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Friday Night. Partly cloudy.

"The primary risk will be that of damaging winds, though, some 1" diameter or bigger hail also looks possible.

The weather office predicts you have one more day of uninterrupted clear skies before the weather starts to send definite mixed message.

Mon: High: 87 Low: 63 Mostly sunny. This means not much relief during the day when we'll be heating up well into the 90s for highs.

Wed: High: 96 Low: 73 Decreasing clouds.



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