Tuesday-Wednesday morning: The next front will be riding fast across the southern branch of the Jet stream and push this stalled out system out of the region. We will remain on the southern edge of this next low, which means that we may have a few showers but northeast Alabama and all areas just north of Atlanta may see a set-up for isolated severe weather, with damaging winds and hail. We will Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday and beyond: Readings will rise into the upper 80s and approach near record readings, with plenty of sunshine and dry conditions. Another storm system will approach late Saturday and Sunday with a bit more energy and appears to have much cooler readings. This system will dig farther south and will need to be watched for a broader scale for a severe weather set-up.