First lets start with tomorrow from 1PM ET-4PM, with a squall line zipping through the region, with strong gusty winds along the entire line. Similar to a few weeks back, when we had a tree fall on a vehicle, this will be the primary hazard, with general gusts 20-35mph and possibly higher with any isolated elevated storms along the line.
This is disruptive weather, especially with kids returning home from school and we need to watch east Central Alabama first, then exiting out around Sumter County (Americus, Ga) around 4PM.
Readings ahead of this cold front and squall line will easily climb into the upper 60s to lower 70s by early afternoon. The air mass behind the front will cool down considerably, with a ten degree drop but remains seasonable. Plenty of sunshine and pleasant readings Wednesday and Thursday.
Friday we need to remain weather aware since we are still on this unsettled track and all the MOS guidance suggests a strong 500MB low across Alabama and Tennessee…This could send a very strong wave, with low level shear and mid shear… Right now we are watching this one.