Yesterday, the nation celebrated Independence Day. Many Alabamians will take advantage of the extended holiday weekend to enjoy festivities and relaxation.

Friday Outlook

Portions of Alabama have experienced heavy rain, gusty winds, rumbles of thunder, and lighting.

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist, said that “additional showers and storms will form over the rest of the state later in the day ahead of a surface front; odds of any one spot seeing rain today are 60-70 percent.”

Saturday and Sunday

“Drier air will temporarily enter the northern counties of the state, meaning the best chance of scattered showers and storms tomorrow and Sunday will be across South Alabama,” said Spann.

READ MORE: Heat Advisory Information

West Alabama Weekend County-by-County Temp & Heat Index Guide

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These are the current temperatures and conditions from the National Weather Service in Birmingham. As weather conditions change, the forecast could be impacted.

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Bibb

Friday: High: 95– Low: 74

Heat index values as high as 110

Saturday: High: 93 – Low: 72

Sunday: High: 95 – Low: 73

Fayette

Friday: High: 93– Low: 72

Heat index values as high as 109

Saturday: High: 92 – Low: 69

Sunday: High: 94 – Low: 72

Greene

Friday: High: 92– Low: 74

Heat index values as high as 105

Saturday: High: 90 – Low: 72

Sunday: High: 93 – Low: 73

Hale

Friday: High: 91– Low: 74

Saturday: High: 90 – Low: 72

Sunday: High: 92 – Low: 73

Lamar

Friday: High: 95– Low: 72

Heat index values as high as 113

Saturday: High: 94 – Low: 69

Sunday: High: 95 – Low: 72

Perry

Friday: High: 91– Low: 74

Heat index values as high as 105

Saturday: High: 92 – Low: 73

Sunday: High: 93 – Low: 73

Pickens

Friday: High: 90– Low: 73

Heat index values as high as 105

Saturday: High: 92 – Low: 72

Sunday: High: 93 – Low: 73

Sumter

Friday: High: 93– Low: 73

Heat index values as high as 107

Saturday: High: 92 – Low: 72

Sunday: High: 93 – Low: 73

Tuscaloosa

Friday: High: 93– Low: 74

Heat index values as high as 107

Saturday: High: 92 – Low: 72

Sunday: High: 94 – Low: 73

Walker

Friday: High: 93– Low: 72

Heat index values as high as 109

Saturday: High: 92 – Low: 69

Sunday: High: 95 – Low: 72

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