Highs this afternoon will return to the low 90s.
That system in the Gulf will drift to the north/northwest in coming days, and will push a deep layer of tropical moisture over all of Alabama tomorrow with showers possible statewide. Right now do think Thursday will be dry with mostly sunny skies otherwise there's a chance of rain somewhere in northeast Kansas everyday.
Meanwhile, worth noting that, eastern Plains of Colorado, that is to say, an hours' drive east from i-25, there is a decent chance for a PM storm every day this week, including Monday. It will be mostly cloudy today with showers and thunderstorms.
More isolated storms look to be on the way for Wednesday. Drier weather is looking more likely by Tuesday afternoon with highs in the upper 70s. Temperatures will remain much above average through the weekend. Highs will be in the upper 70s.
Taliban attacks Farah city in west Afghanistan
Radmanish, scores of militants have also joined the Taliban from the other parts of the country and the neighboring provinces. In a joint press briefing midday Tuesday, they said their forces were fighting the Taliban a few kilometers outside the city.
Mother's Day turned out to be fairly active with showers and storms passing through this afternoon.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Wind: NE 5-10. Storms do develop again late Thursday night through Sunday morning.
As a large area of moist low pressure continues to circulate just off the Gulf Coast, expect cloud cover with daily chances for showers and storms straight through the end of the work week and into the upcoming weekend. But, again, the rain won't be continuous and there will be some sun. Highs will be in the low to middle 80's and it will feel humid. This is the show all about weather featuring many familiar voices, including meteorologists at ABC 33/40. You can watch it live here.