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Alabama to Receive much-needed Rain on Monday Afternoon giving Relief from Scorching Temperatures

Alabama to Receive much-needed Rain on Monday Afternoon giving Relief from Scorching Temperatures

Temperatures in most of the state have been consistently higher than normal for the past 24 days, creating a prolonged period of scorching heat that resembles a furnace rather than a typical summer.

Continuing showers and storms remain in southern Alabama Sunday evening following scorching temperatures reaching 93°. Unsettled weather persists to the south of Birmingham due to a front.

Heat advisory in effect for Alabama, with a few storms providing some relief. Heat advisory criteria are met when the feels-like temperatures reach or exceed 105°. Shower and storm activity will diminish by 9 P.M., bringing relief from the previously issued heat advisory.

Overnight temperatures drop to the 70s, accompanied by patchy fog in areas that experienced heavy rainfall.

Heat advisories are in effect for parts of Alabama on Monday, with temperatures feeling like they will reach around 105 °. Moisture is still making its way in from the Gulf of Mexico, courtesy of a frontal boundary that has been lingering over Alabama throughout the weekend.

Beryl is expected to reach Texas as a category 1 hurricane early in the week. The storm will bring with it tropical moisture and humidity, which will contribute to the formation of storms and maintain high temperatures.

Temperatures on Monday are expected to reach the mid-90s, with showers and storms developing in the afternoon, as is typical. Expect a higher chance of rain and wider coverage on Monday due to the frontal boundary and increased tropical moisture.

Expect a mix of showers and storms at the beginning of the week, thanks to tropical moisture. However, there is some good news – drier air is headed our way. Alabama is to experience a cold front bringing drier air, lower rain chances, and reduced humidity on Wednesday and Thursday as reported by WVTM News.

Beryl is forecasted to intensify and regain its status as a Category 1 hurricane prior to making landfall in Texas on Monday.

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