Sunday Afternoon – Isolated Showers Around
Sunday has turned out much like the past two days with mostly cloudy skies to begin the morning and temperatures slow to climb as a result. Scattered showers have been moving across the region, aided by a mid-level wave of energy, clearly visible in the satellite loops.
This dark areas on the image above are the areas where the sun is shining, and with more sunshine some locations temperatures are beginning to climb into the upper-80′s, although afternoon maximum temperatures will stay at or below seasonal averages.
It is humid though, so when you factor in that moisture it feels much warmer (disregard the Cullman heat index, it’s dewpoint measurement has been an error for a while)…
Hit and miss activity will continue through the afternoon and likely fade after sunset, although some of the short-range models are hinting at a possibility of a few more storms developing late this evening as energy arrives from the southeast. I’ll post more on this possibility later in the day as more data becomes available.