Other than bumping the chance of showers out of the forecast, the only other change that I made was actually bumping the temperatures up a little warmer... especially on Sunday as highs should top out in the lower 80s.
So the bottom line is... plenty of sunshine on Friday and Saturday with just a few passing clouds with highs in the mid to upper 70s and early morning lows in the lower 60s. We'll have a few more clouds across the skies making them partly cloudy, but we stay dry and warm. Afternoon highs reach the lower 80s.
We'll have radar up and running by Friday morning, but we will not need it. I may have to utilize it for severe weather coverage in Central Alabama on Saturday.
If you don't mind, send some thoughts and prayers to those affected by the deadly tornado that struck Lee and Macon counties in southeastern Alabama. We lost 23 people to a large EF4 tornado with estimated winds at 170 MPH. It was one of the toughest days of my young meteorological career. I just hope and pray that our weather this weekend in Alabama will not be that bad.