DIFFERENT DAY, SAME FORECAST: The weather pattern remains bone dry across Alabama; rain will be tough to find over the next seven days, meaning that the drought and wildfire situation will worsen through this week and into the weekend. Remember, outdoor burning is a terrible idea and depending on where you live, it's likely illegal. The rainfall deficit continues to grow:
WARM WEATHER LINGERS: We'll head for the mid 80s tomorrow, with low to mid 80s continuing through the end of the work week and into the weekend. Comfortable, sure, but still warmer than "normal" for late October in Alabama.
COMFORTABLE NIGHTS: We'll drop into the 50s each night for the foreseeable future. With a mostly clear sky and low humidity levels, it will feel quite pleasant in the evenings, overnights and early mornings. Enjoy! But, if you have an effective rain dance, now would be a good time to bust it out!
Josh Johnson, WSFA First Alert Chief Meteorologist
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