Alabama Skies: Severe storms could bring nature’s fireworks to celebrate the 4th
Published 9:42 pm Monday, July 3, 2023
Tuesday may be a good day to catch up on the movie watchlist or inside chores as rainy, stormy weather returns to the state. The morning will be sunny to partly cloudy for most of us, but storms in the afternoon will be threatening to put a damper on Independence Day festivities. Rain chances are higher than the normal summertime threat we’ve had the past few days, but some places will clear out early enough in the evening for a few events. Just be sure to be prepared for a shower and check event updates if you’re traveling too far!
A Level 1 severe risk covers most of the state for Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. The main threats will be heavy rainfall, strong winds, and hail.
Tuesday begins a stretch of several days of high rain chances.
Partly sunny with showers and storms possible all day. High near 89. A few remaining showers and storms in the evening. Partly cloudy overnight with a low of 71.
Fog early, then a chance of showers and storms in the morning, becoming likely in the afternoon. High near 88. A shower or two is possible in the evening, then becoming mostly cloudy with a low of 73.
Mostly cloudy with a few showers and storms in the morning, then becoming likely in the afternoon and evening. High of 90. Mostly cloudy overnight with a low of 73.
Partly sunny with showers and storms likely in the afternoon. High of 92. A shower or storm is possible in the evening. Becoming mostly cloudy with a low of 75.