As of 9:03 pm, Nearly all of Central Alabama is rain free. The extreme southeastern corner of the area are the only locations that have shower and thunderstorm activity still ongoing. Those will continue to push slowly to the southeast and will either move out of the area eventually, or dissipate completely. While we will be dry, warm and humid conditions overnight will result in little relief after excessive heat during the daytime hours.
Here is a brief message from NWS Birmingham for the first three days of the work week ahead…
Hot and humid conditions will produce heat index values as high as 114 degrees on Sunday. On Monday, heat index values up to 112 degrees could occur. A much smaller area of central Alabama will be affected by excessive heat on Wednesday, generally near and south of Interstate 85 with heat index values up to 110 degrees. Persons should exercise heat safety if spending time outdoors. This includes taking breaks in the shade and staying hydrated.
That should do it for updates tonight. I hope you have a great night and God bless.
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