FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Pleasant Thursday morning

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Thurs., Sept. 17 - Quiet out-the-door

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Tropical Depression Sally is still producing very heavy rainfall over eastern Alabama and western/central Georgia. The center is located about 50 miles SE of Montgomery, Alabama – winds have decreased to 30 mph and forward speed has increased to the NE at 12 mph.

Locally, our Thursday out-the-door forecast is a pleasant one – temperatures starting out in the low/mid 70°s – winding up in the upper 80°s, light northerly winds and “perhaps” a spotty shower or two popping up on FIRST ALERT Doppler radar (but, don’t count on that for your late summer flowers).

Overnight, partly cloudy and dry – a low in the lower 70°s.

Tomorrow, a sun/cloud mix, very limited activity on Doppler radar – a high Friday of 86°!

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