We keep looking, but we're not finding much of anything on radar. Clouds continue to stream northward in response to increasing moisture, but rain has been difficult to come by. While we need the rain, a dry evening will be good news for many fans attending local games tonight...
FEVER GAMES: Any threat for an isolated shower will be greatest across far south Alabama. Rain chances for the rest of us appear no higher than 10%, meaning the vast majority of high school games will be played completely dry.
THE WEEKEND: We continue to think rain chances will be on the increase as we head into Saturday afternoon. A little upper level energy will rotate through Alabama, helping tap into the moisture now in place.
Earlier is better on Saturday. By afternoon, coverage of rain will be at it's highest. I've held off on going any higher than a 50% chance at any given point. That means rain won't be widespread, but certainly prevalent enough to justify bringing some kind of gear with you to keep you dry just in case.
LABOR DAY: Rain chances decrease slightly Sunday, with only isolated activity in the forecast for Labor Day Monday.
Highs as we welcome the new workweek will be on the toasty side, with mid 90s looking like a good bet.
-Doppler12 StormVision Meteorologist Eric Snitil-