Storms will gradually diminish once we reach sunset Sunday evening. High temperatures each afternoon will generally be in the upper 80s to lower 90s, just depending on where and when it rains each day. Scattered storms remain possible through next weekend. The heavier and more extensive rain areas will move east tomorrow night with some rain lingering overnight.
Today: Partly cloudy, humid. Hopefully, we will have a clear sky to enjoy the solar eclipse, which will peak at 90% of totality in Montgomery (give or take a couple % if you live to the north or south in the viewing area).
Tonight: Becoming mostly cloud, muggy.
That said I am still going with about a 40% chance for pop-up showers and storms Sunday afternoon, especially for the areas that saw the heaviest rainfall on Saturday.
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As the weak front moves north as a warm front, showers and isolated thunderstorms will be ongoing Monday morning over Central Alabama.
Following a day that saw widespread rain across eastern Colorado, and a few stronger storms that prompted a tornado warning across much of western Kiowa County, Friday marks the start of a calmer period. Expect high temperatures to rebound back into the 70s, 80s and 90s statewide.
Sat: High: 88 Low: 68 Mostly sunny. Some lake-effect, very stray showers could pop up on Saturday, but development will fight drying from the high pressure so chances are extremely low.