Alberto along with waves of low pressure will keep the chances for rain and storms high through the next few days. We’re not expecting a washout, but scattered waves of rain will be moving through from time to time. Right now, it’s cloudy, warm, and muggy. A thin line of showers and storm continues to push north.
We’re tracking the remnants of Alberto as it moves towards Western Kentucky. The center of circulation is making its way into Tennessee through this afternoon and will cross the state through the evening tonight. The heaviest of rain will remain in the western counties, although we may pick up enough for minor flooding at times. Storms will get strong from time to time and gusty winds along with minor rotation are possible. The chance for tornadoes remains low. The last of the rain with Alberto will leave by Wednesday night. By Thursday, the next wave of low pressure will add to rain and thunderstorm chances for the afternoon. The next dry day looks to be Saturday of the upcoming weekend.
For more information on Alberto, visit today’s StormTracker Weather Blog Post: Alberto Update: 5/29