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A Warm Mid-January Day Out There At Midday

| January 16, 2017 @ 1:18 pm

Another terrific January day for us all across Central Alabama at the midday hour. Our Monday is highlighted by a mix of sun and clouds, and temperatures that continue to run 20-25 degrees above average for this time of year.

There are a few light showers showing up on the radar, but these are concentrated over the northwestern parts of the area. Temperatures this afternoon are into the 70s again, and overall it is hard to get better weather than this time of year. Tonight, expect passing clouds, and we are likely to see some areas of fog develop after midnight, and lows should hold into the upper 50s.

Temperatures Across Central Alabama
At 1:12 PM, temperatures are ranging from the upper 60s in the northwestern parts of the area, to the upper 70s in the southern parts of the area. The warm spots are currently Montgomery and Eufaula at 79 degrees. The cool spot is Haleyville at 68 degrees.

Birmingham’s Climatology And Records
The normal high for January 16th is 52, while the normal low is 32. The record high for today was set back in 1943 at 77 degrees. The record low was set back in 1972 at 7 degrees.

Tuesday’s Forecast
A weakening surface front will bring the chance of showers to the state tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night, but with little dynamic support, that means no severe weather, and likely little to no thunder. Otherwise, skies will be mostly cloudy, and highs will be in the 70s throughout Central Alabama. Rainfall amounts should be on the light side, with less than 0.50 inches expected.

For Those Who Are Beach Bound
Partly sunny days with mostly cloudy nights throughout the week, with a slight chance of rain each day through Wednesday, and increasing for the end of the week. Highs will be in the 70s, with lows in the 60s. Click here to see the Beach Forecast Center page.

National High & Low Temperature
The warmest high temperature for the United States on Sunday was 86 degrees, recorded at several locations in Texas (McAllen, Edinburg, Cotulla, and Faifurrias). The coldest low temperature for the United States on Sunday night into early this morning was -37 degrees, recorded at Stanley, Idaho.

On This Day In Weather History: 1989
Strong chinook winds plagued much of the state of Wyoming. Winds gusted to 80 mph at Cody, and wind gusts to 100 mph were reported in eastern and northwestern Wyoming.

World Class Tennis Returns To Birmingham
The BJCC will host the first-round tie against Switzerland February 3rd-5th. Single-day tickets are on sale now. Get them while they last! Buy tickets here.

Central Alabama Chapter Of The NWA
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association will be hosting famed engineer and storm chaser Tim Marshall. He will speak at Vulcan Museum on the evening of Tuesday, January 24th. This is an event you won’t want to miss. Look for details on the chapter’s website.

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Forecaster: Scott Martin (Twitter: @scottmartinwx)

Record Highs Set In Central Alabama Today

| January 13, 2017 @ 9:57 pm

Friday was a really warm day for mid-January in Central Alabama, so warm that record highs were either set or tied.

Birmingham’s high for Friday was 78F, breaking the old record of 77F set back in 1932.

Montgomery’s high was 81F, breaking the old record of 79F set back in 1907.

Anniston’s high was 75F, tying the record set back in 1995.

What A Difference Seven Days Can Make In Central Alabama

| January 13, 2017 @ 12:20 pm

At this time just one week ago, much of Central Alabama was dealing with a wintry mix falling and starting the headache of travel problems and cold temperatures. In seven days, we went from having temperatures in the single digits, to daytime highs in the 70s… a shift of over 60 degrees in some locations. Today’s highs will be around 20 degrees above normal for mid-January.

At the midday hour, we have some cloud cover over the northern parts of the state, but for much of Central Alabama, skies are partly cloudy to mostly clear from north to south. We do have some scattered showers falling in the northwestern parts of the area, especially in Marion, Winston, Lamar, and Fayette counties. These are moving to the northeast. As for the rest of the area, it is dry and the sun is shining.

For the rest of the day, showers will remain likely throughout the morning and early afternoon hours in the northwestern parts of the area. For the rest of the area, a mix of sun and clouds will allow temperatures to warm to near record levels. Highs will be in the lower 70s in the north, with mid to upper 70s in the central and southern parts of the area. Skies will be partly to mostly clear for the evening and overnight hours, with a very small risk of a shower for the extreme northwestern parts. Patchy fog could develop across the area, especially after midnight. Lows will be in the lower 50s across the area, with a few of the colder spots hitting the 40s.

Temperatures Across Central Alabama
At 11:57 AM, temperatures are ranging from the lower 60s in the northwestern parts of the area, to the mid 70s in the southern parts of the area. The warm spot is currently Selma at 77 degrees. The cool spot is Haleyville at 63 degrees. I have a hard time believing it is actually 79 degrees in Jasper, and I’m not calling it the warm spot (no offense Jasper folks).

Birmingham’s Climatology And Records
The normal high for January 13th is 52, while the normal low is 32. The record high for today was set back in 1932 at 77 degrees. The record low was set back in 1918 at 5 degrees.

Weather For The Martin Luther King Holiday Weekend
A mix of sun and clouds can be expected throughout the weekend and into Monday, and temperature will remain unseasonably warm. We may have a very small risk for a passing shower on Monday, but it looks highly unlikely at this point. Afternoon highs will be in the 70s, with lows mainly in the 50s.

For Those Who Are Beach Bound
Partly to mostly sunny skies through the rest of the week and weekend. A chance of showers and thunderstorms return for Martin Luther King Day through mid-week. Highs will be at or just over 70 degrees throughout the forecast period. Click here to see the Beach Forecast Center page.

National High & Low Temperature
The warmest high temperature for the United States on Thursday was 87 degrees, recorded at Cotulla, Texas. The coldest low temperature for the United States on Thursday night into early this morning was -39 degrees, recorded at International Falls, Minnesota.

On This Day In Weather History: 1989
Friday the 13th was bad luck primarily for the south central U.S. as an upper level weather disturbance spread a mixture of snow and sleet and freezing rain across Texas and Oklahoma. Snowfall totals in central Oklahoma ranged up to 8.5 inches at Norman.

World Class Tennis Returns To Birmingham
The BJCC will host the first-round tie against Switzerland February 3rd-5th. Single-day tickets are on sale now. Get them while they last! Buy tickets here.

Central Alabama Chapter Of The NWA
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association will be hosting famed engineer and storm chaser Tim Marshall. He will speak at Vulcan Museum on the evening of Tuesday, January 24th. This is an event you won’t want to miss. Look for details on the chapter’s website.

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Forecaster: Scott Martin (Twitter: @scottmartinwx)

Latest Drought Information Statement 1/12/2017

| January 12, 2017 @ 11:43 pm

Drought Conditions Persist Across Central Alabama
The Latest U.S. Drought Monitor indicates that drought conditions persist across Central Alabama. Extreme drought conditions persist over an area along and to the right of a line from near Lafayette to Columbiana to Clinton to Pickensville to Kennedy to Manchester. Severe drought covers remaining areas north of a line from Bleecker to Clanton to Coatopa to Geiger. Most remaining areas in Central Alabama are still indicated to be in moderate drought or abnormally dry.

Precipitation totals varied greatly as a winter storm system affected the area late last week. Water equivalent precipitation totals ranged from less than a quarter of an inch over some northern sections of Central Alabama to an inch and a half or more in the southern sections. This precipitation resulted in little change in drought conditions across the area.

Some precipitation amounts (inches) for Central Alabama January 1st through January 11th:

••• Birmingham 2.56
••• Montgomery 7.64
••• Anniston 3.81
••• Tuscaloosa 3.41
••• Calera 3.67
••• Troy 10.80

Normal precipitation expected (inches) and departure from normal (inches) January 1st through January 11th:

••• Birmingham 1.59 (+0.97)
••• Montgomery 1.49 (+6.15)
••• Anniston 1.43 (+2.38)
••• Tuscaloosa 1.76 (+1.65)
••• Calera 1.65 (+2.02)
••• Troy 1.61 (+9.19)

Agricultural Impacts
The last USDA report issued November 28th indicated that agricultural interests had been significantly impacted by the drought with some ponds and streams reported to be drying up. Cattle producers were said to be supplementing livestock with hay, feed supplements and water hauled from elsewhere. Many farmers have been unable to plant winter crops due to the drought. Recently, rainfall has filled many small streams and ponds that had dried up during the height of the drought.

Fire Danger Impacts
The fire danger risk has decreased across much of the state due to recent rainfall. Keetch-Byram drought indices (KBDI) currently range from less than 100 to around 300 across most of Central Alabama. Values above 500 indicate a severe fire danger.

While the statewide burn ban has been rescinded, there remains concern that many pine trees could still die due to the drought that has plagued the state. The state forester continues to urge people that are doing any outside burning to follow safety precautions such as not leaving any fire unattended and having the proper equipment and personnel to control the fire.

Hydrologic Summary And Outlook
USGS stream gauge data indicates that stream flows have returned to below or much below normal across much of Central Alabama for this time of year. Periodic rainfall will need to occur for stream flows to return to normal or better levels.

Most major reservoir pool levels have remained fairly steady or returned to near their normal winter levels during the past week. Listed below are current levels for some of the major reservoirs across Central Alabama and those from January 5th:

Weiss: …………. 558.6 current (558.2 01/05/17)
Neely Henry: ….. 506.7 current (506.8 01/05/17)
Logan Martin: … 459.9 current (459.8 01/05/17)
Lay: ……………. 396.0 current (395.7 01/05/17)
Mitchell: ……….. 312.0 current (311.7 01/05/17)
Jordan: ………… 251.6 current (251.6 01/05/17)
R.L. Harris: …… 784.9 current (784.9 01/05/17)
Martin: ………… 483.0 current (484.7 01/05/17)
Smith: …………. 498.2 current (498.1 01/05/17)
Bankhead: ……. 255.0 current (254.9 01/05/17)
Holt: …………… 186.9 current (186.6 01/05/17)

Social Impacts
Pools have been near their normal winter levels at most major reservoirs during the past few weeks. Voluntary and mandatory water restrictions have been implemented by some water boards across Central Alabama and are still in effect in some areas, while many other areas have implemented voluntary water restrictions.

Precipitation and Temperature Outlook
Mostly dry conditions are forecast across Central Alabama today through the weekend and into the first part of next week as upper level ridging establishes itself across the area. However, the next storm system is forecast to approach the area by Tuesday and Wednesday of next week and will bring the next chance for significant rainfall to the area. Cumulative rainfall totals through next Wednesday are expected to average around an inch.

The two week outlook, from January 17th through January 25th, calls for above normal temperatures and above normal precipitation. The longer-range outlook for the remainder of January through March is for above normal temperatures and near normal to below normal precipitation. The latest seasonal drought outlook through march indicates that drought conditions are expected to persist across most of Central Alabama.

Information from the latest drought statement prepared by the NWS Birmingham.

Is This January? It Doesn’t Feel Like It At Midday

| January 12, 2017 @ 10:55 am

Skies across much of Central Alabama are mostly cloudy, with the extreme southern parts of the area experiencing some sunshine. Only a few light showers are showing up on radar at this time. One shower is currently located just west of Jasper, and another is located near Vernon and just south of Sulligent. A few sprinkles can be seen also over portions of Calhoun, Cleburne, and Talladega counties.

Skies will stay mostly cloudy throughout the day for the northern half of the area, and a passing shower or two will be possible, even though most will remain dry. For the southern half of Central Alabama, skies will be partly cloudy. Afternoon highs will be in the lower to upper 70s throughout the area. The risk for any showers start to retreat to the extreme northern parts of Central Alabama for the evening, and skies will be partly cloudy for the rest. Overnight lows will be in the lower to upper 50s.

Temperatures Across Central Alabama
At 10:47 AM, temperatures are ranging from the lower 60s in the northern parts of the area, to the lower 70s in the southern parts of the area. The warm spot is currently Montgomery at 73 degrees. The cool spot is Haleyville at 63 degrees.

Birmingham’s Climatology And Records
The normal high for January 12th is 52, while the normal low is 32. The record high for today was set back in 1916 at 75 degrees. The record low was set back in 1918 at 1 degrees.

A Warm Friday The 13th Across The Area
For most of the area, clouds will be on the decrease throughout the day, but clouds will hang tough over the northern parts of Central Alabama. Locations north of a line from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham to Gadsden will have a small risk of a passing shower during the day, but if it does rain, amounts will be very light (less than 0.10 inches). Highs will be in the upper 60s to the upper 70s across the area from north to south. Skies will become mostly clear for the evening and overnight hours from the south to the north, but the stars may be difficult to see as fog will be likely for most. Overnight lows will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s.

For Those Who Are Beach Bound
Partly to mostly sunny skies through the rest of the week and weekend. A small chance of showers return for Martin Luther King Day. Highs will be at or just over 70 degrees for the remainder of the week through Monday. Click here to see the Beach Forecast Center page.

National High & Low Temperature
The warmest high temperature for the United States on Wednesday was 88 degrees, recorded at Cotulla, Texas. The coldest low temperature for the United States on Wednesday night into early this morning was -32 degrees, recorded at Embarrass, Minnesota.

On This Day In Weather History: 1985
A record snowstorm struck portions of western and south central Texas. The palm trees of San Antonio were blanketed with up to thirteen and a half inches of snow, more snow than was ever previously received in an entire winter season.

World Class Tennis Returns To Birmingham
The BJCC will host the first-round tie against Switzerland February 3rd-5th. Single-day tickets are on sale now. Get them while they last! Buy tickets here.

Central Alabama Chapter Of The NWA
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association will be hosting famed engineer and storm chaser Tim Marshall. He will speak at Vulcan Museum on the evening of Tuesday, January 24th. This is an event you won’t want to miss. Look for details on the chapter’s website.

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Forecaster: Scott Martin (Twitter: @scottmartinwx)

A Cloudy But Very Mild Midday Across The Area

| January 11, 2017 @ 12:27 pm

At the midday hour, it is a relatively cloudy Wednesday across Central Alabama. There are a few breaks in the clouds allowing the day to brighten just for a minute or two. In the southwestern parts of the state, the cloud cover is less. The cloud cover is moving to the northeast, so hopefully we can get some of that clearing up this way so we can have a spectacular sunset this evening.

There are a few showers out there at the midday hour across Central Alabama. The heaviest shower is showing up down in Hale County in-between Moundville and Greensboro. A few lighter showers are located in northern Talladega and southern Calhoun counties, mainly affecting Alexandria, Saks, and Weaver. All of these showers are pushing off to the northeast.

Skies will remain mainly cloudy with a small risk of scattered showers across the area throughout the day, with that risk moving to only the northern half of the area by the evening. Afternoon highs will be in the mid 60s to lower 70s across Central Alabama, with lows in the 50s.

Temperatures Across Central Alabama
At 12:21 PM, temperatures are ranging from the lower 60s in the northern parts of the area, to the mid 70s in the southern parts of the area. The warm spot is currently Eufaula at 74 degrees. The cool spot is Cullman at 60 degrees.

Birmingham’s Climatology And Records
The normal high for January 11th is 52, while the normal low is 32. The record high for today was set back in 1949 at 78 degrees. The record low was set back in 1982 at -1 degrees.

Clouds And Warm Temperatures For Thursday
On Thursday, clouds will hang tough throughout the area, as skies will be mostly cloudy. A very small risk for a passing shower or two are possible west of a line from Snead in Blount County, to Birmingham, to Centreville in Bibb County, to Thomaston in Marengo County. A few sprinkles are possible during the early morning hours for the northern half of the area. Afternoon highs will be around 20 degrees above normal, reaching the 70s across the area.

For Those Who Are Beach Bound
A small risk for showers for today, with mostly clear skies through the rest of the week and weekend. A small chance of thunderstorms return for Martin Luther King Day. Highs will be at or just over 70 for the remainder of the week through Monday. Click here to see the Beach Forecast Center page.

National High & Low Temperature
The warmest high temperature for the United States on Tuesday was 90 degrees, recorded at Rio Grande Village in Texas. The coldest low temperature for the United States on Tuesday night into early this morning was -29 degrees, recorded at Havre in Montana.

On This Day In Weather History: 2008
The people of Baghdad woke up to the novelty of falling snowflakes as the city experienced its first snowfall in about 100 years.

World Class Tennis Returns To Birmingham
The BJCC will host the first-round tie against Switzerland February 3rd-5th. Single-day tickets are on sale now. Get them while they last! Buy tickets here.

Central Alabama Chapter Of The NWA
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association will be hosting famed engineer and storm chaser Tim Marshall. He will speak at Vulcan Museum on the evening of Tuesday, January 24th. This is an event you won’t want to miss. Look for details on the chapter’s website.

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WeatherBrains
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Forecaster: Scott Martin (Twitter: @scottmartinwx)

At The Midday Hour, Clouds Are Moving In & So Are Rain Chances

| January 10, 2017 @ 11:53 am

Clouds Moving In, And So Are The Rain Chances
Clouds have moved in over most of the north and western parts of Central Alabama at 11:40 AM, but radar is free of any shower activity at this point. Clouds will continue to build throughout the area for the remainder of the afternoon hours, and there is a very small risk for a shower or two in the extreme northern parts of Central Alabama, especially north of a line from Reform to Warrior to Cedar Bluff. It will be rather breezy out there as well, with southerly winds averaging around 15 MPH, with gusts as high as 25 MPH. Highs will make it into the mid 50s to the lower 60s across the area.

Rain chances will increase for the northern half of Central Alabama for the evening and overnight hours tonight. Lows will not fall much at all from the daytime highs, with lower to mid 50s expected throughout the area. The risk of showers stretches as far south as a line from Geiger to Jemison to Wedowee, but the higher risks will remain in the northern parts of the area. Rain totals will be 0.25 inches or less from now to midnight.

Temperatures Across Central Alabama
At 11:23 AM, temperatures are ranging from the upper 40s in the northern parts of the area, to the lower 60s in the southern parts of the area. The warm spot is currently Montgomery at 61 degrees. The cool spot is Haleyville at 48 degrees.

Birmingham’s Climatology And Records
The normal high for January 10th is 52, while the normal low is 32. The record high for today was set back in 1949 at 81 degrees. The record low was set back in 1982 at 2 degrees.

More Clouds With A Risk Of Showers For Wednesday
Wednesday will be another cloudy day across Central Alabama, with a risk of showers for most of the area north of a line from Selma to Clanton to Wedowee. It will be a warmer day, with highs reaching the upper 60s to the mid 70s across the area. Cloudy skies will continue into the evening and overnight hours, along with a small risk of showers for the northern parts of Central Alabama, especially north of the I-20 and I-20/59 corridors. Overnight lows will range throughout the 50s for the area. Rain totals for the entire day will be light, less than 0.25 inches.

For Those Who Are Beach Bound
A small risk for showers for today and Wednesday, with mostly clear skies through the rest of the week and weekend. Highs will be near 70 degrees today, with 70s expected for the remainder of the week and weekend. Click here to see the Beach Forecast Center page.

National High & Low Temperature
The warmest high temperature for the United States on Monday was 86 degrees, recorded at Fort Stockton in Texas. The coldest low temperature for the United States on Monday night into early this morning was -16 degrees, recorded at Lewistown in Montana.

On This Day In Weather History: 1975
The “Storm of the Century” hit Minnesota. A severe blizzard moved northward across the state producing up to two feet of snow. High winds drove wind chill readings to 80 degrees below zero; and at Duluth, the barometric pressure dipped to 28.55 inches. The storm, which claimed 35 lives, occurred on the 102nd anniversary of the infamous “Pioneer Blizzard” in Minnesota.

World Class Tennis Returns To Birmingham
The BJCC will host the first-round tie against Switzerland February 3rd-5th. Single-day tickets are on sale now. Get them while they last! Buy tickets here.

Central Alabama Chapter Of The NWA
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association will be hosting famed engineer and storm chaser Tim Marshall. He will speak at Vulcan Museum on the evening of Tuesday, January 24th. This is an event you won’t want to miss. Look for details on the chapter’s website.

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At Midday, It’s Time To Kick The Ice Outta Here

| January 9, 2017 @ 12:42 pm

Time For You To Go Ice
Its a mostly sunny day across much of Central Alabama at the midday hour, with only a few clouds located over the southwestern counties of the area. This sunshine, along with a change in the flow across the area, has allowed temperatures to climb above freezing for the first time in a while. The good news is that areas where ice remain, that ice should be allowed to melt off and not refreeze, as temperatures will remain above freezing for the foreseeable future.

Temperatures Across Central Alabama
At 12:15 PM, we are above freezing across all of Central Alabama! Temperatures are ranging from the lower to mid 40s in the northern parts of the area, to the mid and upper 40s for most in the southern parts of the area. The warm spot is currently Eufaula at 50 degrees. The cool spots are currently Cullman and Demopolis at 42 degrees.

Birmingham’s Climatology And Records
The normal high for January 9th is 52, while the normal low is 32. The record high for today was set back in 1949 at 77 degrees. The record low was set back in 1970 at 5 degrees.

Weather For The Remainder Of The Day
Sunny skies and quite warmer compared to the past few days. Any ice that remains across Central Alabama should be able to melt away. Afternoon highs will range from the mid 40s to just above 50 degrees across the area. It will be a mostly clear evening across Central Alabama, with the exception of a few low clouds moving in over the northwestern part of the area. Overnight lows will range from near 30 degrees to the upper 30s, with the warmer temperatures located under the cloud cover in the northwest.

Tuesday’s Forecast
Another warmer day in store for Central Alabama, but clouds will be on the increase, and a very small chance of a few showers may pop up in the northwestern and extreme northern parts of the area. Highs will be in the mid 50s to the low 60s across the area. During the evening and overnight hours, skies will be cloudy and rain chances will begin to creep southward. If any rain does fall, amounts will be small (less than 0.10 inches), and will occur north of a line from Reform to Fultondale to Piedmont. South of that should remain dry. Lows will be in the low to mid 50s.

For Those Who Are Beach Bound
A pretty nice week ahead on the beaches of Fort Morgan all the way over to Panama City Beach. Partly to mostly sunny skies expected throughout the week, with highs starting off in the upper 50s on Monday, and climbing into the 70s for the remainder of the week. Click here to see the Beach Forecast Center page.

National High & Low Temperature
The warmest high temperature for the United States on Sunday was 82 degrees, recorded at San Pasqual Valley in California. The coldest low temperature for the United States on Sunday night into early this morning was -29 degrees, recorded 1 mile north-northeast of Masardis in Maine.

On This Day In Weather History: 1973
A severe ice storm struck Atlanta GA. The storm paralyzed the city closing schools and businesses, and damage from the storm was estimated at 25 million dollars. One to four inches of ice coated northern Georgia leaving 300,000 persons without electricity for up to a week. Between 7 PM and 9 PM on the 7th, 2.27 inches (liquid content) of freezing rain, sleet and snow coated Atlanta, as the temperature hovered at 32 degrees (7th-8th).

World Class Tennis Returns To Birmingham
The BJCC will host the first-round tie against Switzerland February 3rd-5th. Single-day tickets are on sale now. Get them while they last! Buy tickets here.

Central Alabama Chapter Of The NWA
The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association will be hosting famed engineer and storm chaser Tim Marshall. He will speak at Vulcan Museum on the evening of Tuesday, January 24th. This is an event you won’t want to miss. Look for details on the chapter’s website.

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