A compact area of low pressure over east-central Alabama will slowly wander eastward over the coming days, aiding in the development of occasional showers and thunderstorms. While severe weather in terms of damaging winds will be isolated, if that, there will be pockets of heavy rain that can lead to flash flooding. The steadier rain from earlier on is a recent memory, but there will still be a shower or thundershower on the prowl during the overnight hours.
Wednesday will start with low clouds and fog; otherwise showers and another round of thunderstorms will blossom throughout the day.
Occasional storms will be had over the coming days, and additional tropical moisture will funnel into the region as well, leading to more heavy rain later this weekend or early next week. Yes, that includes Memorial Day. During this time a broad area of low pressure over the western Caribbean will shift into the Gulf of Mexico. The question is its track, and whether or not we’ll eventually have our first tropical depression of the season. Stay tuned.