SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES AHEAD: The sky will clear tonight, and by daybreak tomorrow most communities will be in the mid 20s, with colder spots closer to 20. Thursday morning will be just a cold, if not a few degrees colder. Some of the traditionally colder towns could reach the upper teens at daybreak Thursday across North Alabama.
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RADAR CHECK: Rain is falling over much of North and West Alabama this afternoon; it is a cold rain with temperatures only in the 40s… Rain is likely through early tonight as a strong disturbance passes over our state; one ingredient in the making of the big Northeast U.S. blizzard tomorrow. TOMORROW: It will be […]
Rain spreads across Alabama this afternoon, followed by cold weather, including significant freezes Tuesday and Wednesday night.
STORMY TUESDAY: A deep surface low will move into Canada, but the trailing cold front will creep into Alabama tomorrow bringing showers and thunderstorms. With the surface low and main wind fields well to the north, we don’t anticipate a big severe weather problem, but SPC has pulled a “marginal” risk into West and North Alabama.
We have a few showers over Southeast Alabama early this morning, but the northern half of the state is rain-free at 6:00 a.m. under a mostly cloudy sky. While there could be a few widely scattered showers around here later today and tonight, the rain won’t be widespread and a decent part of the day will be dry. We project a high in the low 70s this afternoon.
COOL EARLY MARCH DAY: The average high for Birmingham for March 2 is 63 degrees… we are five degrees below that at 3p CT with 58 reported at the Airport. The sky is sunny, and there is no rain on radar statewide. Tonight will be clear and cold… most communities will drop into the mid […]
CALMER DAY: After strong storms that dropped hail across parts of Alabama yesterday, we have a cool, dry, stable airmass in place today. We expect sunshine in full supply with a high close to 60 degrees this afternoon. Tonight will be clear and cold, we will be close to the freezing mark early tomorrow, then […]