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Showers/Storms Increasing Across Alabama

| 3:14 pm July 27, 2016

RADAR CHECK: A number of showers and thunderstorms have formed across North/Central Alabama this afternoon… Moving northeast…

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Heavier storms are producing heavy rain; they are moving northeast, and will diminish late tonight. On the positive side, heat levels are down as expected; most communities are in the upper 80s at mid-afternoon.

TOMORROW/FRIDAY: A general weakness in the upper ridge will bring scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms across the great state of Alabama. We can’t promise rain for everybody, but most communities will see one or two good downpours. Best chance of rain comes during the afternoon and evening hours, but we can’t rule out late night or morning showers. Highs will be in the upper 80s tomorrow, and close to 90 degrees Friday afternoon.

THE WEEKEND: Not much change; a mix of sun and clouds Saturday and Sunday with scattered showers and storms, most active from 1:00 until 9:00 p.m. Highs will be in the 90-93 degree range, right at seasonal levels for late July.

NEXT WEEK: The upper ridge should strengthen early in the week, so showers and storms could become a little fewer in number Monday and Tuesday; highs will stay in the low 90s. Then, some evidence showers and storms increase again late in the week. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

TROPICS: A tropical wave now emerging off the coast of Africa has some chance of development over the next five days as it moves west/northwest. Way too early to determine if this will impact U.S. or any land area; just something to keep an eye on…

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AT THE BEACH: About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine daily on the coast from Panama City Beach over to Gulf Shores through the weekend, with the usual risk of a passing storm from time to time. Highs on the immediate coast 87-90, with low to mid 90s inland. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

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Midday Nowcast: An Increase in Rain Coverage Possible Today

| 11:00 am July 27, 2016

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With skies partly to mostly cloudy across the Central Alabama area at this hour, temperatures are really being held back from what we have seen this month. Unfortunately it will not seem all that cooler because of the higher dew point readings, and highs in the upper 80s will still feel like mid to upper 90s. There are a few spotty showers out there across the central parts of the area, and we should expect these to expand in coverage later today. I’m hoping that they do because my garden hose is a pain to pull across the yard to water our garden. Free water would be nice today.

TEMPERATURES AT THIS HOUR: Like I said earlier, temperatures for this part of the day are really being held back by the cloud cover and the shower activity that is out there. Here is a list of temperature observations from across the area:

Birmingham 81
Tuscaloosa 80
Gadsden 81
Anniston 78
Cullman 81
Hamilton 81
Clanton 81
Alexander City 79
Montgomery 84

WHAT TO EXPECT FOR TODAY: Expect mostly cloudy to cloudy skies over the area with an increased chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Not everyone will get rain today, but the odds for any one spot getting rain will be about 1 in 3. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 80s to just over 90 for most spots in Central Alabama. Even though high temperatures will be down a little, the higher dew points will not make it feel any cooler.

CODE GREEN AIR QUALITY: The Air Quality Index for the Birmingham Metropolitan Area will be in the “Code Green” for ozone and particulate matter 2.5. No actions needed for today.

TODAY’S CLIMATOLOGY FOR BIRMINGHAM: The normal high for July 27th is 91, while the normal low is 70. The record high for today was set back in 1952 at 102. The record low was set back in 1911 at 59.

THURSDAY’S OUTLOOK: With a weakness in the upper ridge across the deep south, we’ll have a better chance of rain tomorrow and in to Friday. So expect a mix of sun and clouds, with a 50/50 chance of showers and thunderstorms. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 80s to 90 degrees. Not everyone will get rainfall, but between today and Friday many communities should see at least one decent downpour.

HEADED TO THE BEACH: About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine on the coast through the weekend with a passing storm from time to time from Gulf Shores to Panama City Beach; highs on the immediate coast 87-90, with low to mid 90s inland. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

THE TROPICS: Still no sign of any tropical mischief across the Atlantic basin through the weekend.

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Showers/Storms Slowly Increase In Number

| 5:24 am July 27, 2016

HEAT LEVELS DOWN; SHOWER COVERAGE UP: We expect this trend for the rest of the week as the upper ridge across the Deep South weakens a bit. Understand this still doesn’t mean it will rain everywhere, but the coverage of scattered showers and storms should be higher through Friday. The chance of any one spot getting wet today is in the 30-40 percent category, rising to 50-55 percent tomorrow and Friday. Best chance of showers and storms will come during the afternoon and evening hours, but we can’t totally rule out a late night or morning shower. I do think many communities will see at least one decent downpour over the next three days.

Afternoon highs will be generally in the 87-90 degree range through Friday, which is below average for late July in Alabama. Of course, dewpoints will remain sky high, so I am not sure “cooler” is the right word… Perhaps we should say “not as hot”.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Expect a mix of sun and clouds Saturday and Sunday with scattered showers and storms around both days, mostly during the 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. time frame. Highs 89-92 for most places.

NEXT WEEK: The upper ridge seems to strengthen a bit, meaning showers and storms should be a little more widely scattered for the first half of the week with highs up in the low 90s. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

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TROPICS: Still no sign of any tropical mischief across the Atlantic basin through the weekend.

AT THE BEACH: About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine on the coast through the weekend with a passing storm from time to time from Gulf Shores to Panama City Beach; highs on the immediate coast 87-90, with low to mid 90s inland. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

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I will be speaking at a senior adult function this morning at Millerville in Clay County… Look for the next Weather Xtreme video here by 4:00 this afternoon. Enjoy the day!

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Showers/Storms More Numerous Tomorrow

| 3:27 pm July 26, 2016

RADAR CHECK: The most active thunderstorms on radar this afternoon are over the Black Belt region of West Alabama… The storms are moving northwest, and are producing heavy rain and gusty winds…

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Additional showers and storms are possible through the evening hours in the tropical air over Alabama. Temperatures are mostly in the low to mid 90s.

TOMORROW THROUGH FRIDAY: The upper ridge over Alabama will weaken slightly, and the air aloft will be a little colder, making the air more unstable. Accordingly, we will expect to see an increase in the number of showers and storms each day. Most of them will come during the afternoon and evening hours, but we can’t rule out a late night or morning shower. And, due to the increase in the number of showers and storms, heat levels come down a bit. Many North Alabama communities won’t get out of the 80s; with 90s confined to the southern half of the state.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: An ocean of humidity will continue to cover the Deep South, and we will continue to deal with scattered showers and storms Saturday and Sunday with a mix of sun and clouds both days. Best chance of storms will come from 1:00 until 10:00 p.m., and highs will be at or just over 90 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: We begin August with some pretty routine mid-summer weather. Hot humid days, scattered, mostly afternoon and evening showers and storms. Highs in the low 90s… See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

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TROPICS: Dry air continues to cover the Atlantic basin, and tropical storm formation is not expected through the weekend.

AT THE BEACH: About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine daily on the coast from Panama City Beach over to Gulf Shores through the weekend, and you will deal with an occasional passing shower or thunderstorm. Highs on the immediate coast 87-90, with low to mid 90s inland. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

Rainbow photo below was this morning at Panama City Beach… Photo from Ashlie Halbrook…

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Midday Nowcast: Rinse and Repeat Forecast

| 12:02 pm July 26, 2016

Pretty easy forecasting this time of year, as temperatures are very similar each day, and there is nearly always a threat for rain. For today, temperature are heading towards the 90s this afternoon, and overall it is just a hot and humid Tuesday.

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We are seeing plenty of sunshine this afternoon, but we are also seeing clouds on the increase as well.

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At the writing of this forecast, most of Central Alabama is dry, but we note several showers/storms across South Alabama. Through the afternoon and evening hours, we are going to see isolated to scattered showers/storms develop and move southeast to northwest across the state, due to the main area of high pressure to the east of us.

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Much like Monday, nothing too widespread, but there will be a few storms that will produce a lot lightning and intense rainfall and then gradually wind down after daytime heating is loss.

REST OF WORK WEEK: The hot, humid summer weather continues with the daily round of isolated to perhaps scattered, mainly afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be in the lower to mid 90s degree range each afternoon, while nights will be muggy, with lows in the 70s. To end the work week, the upper ridge weakens and will allow for some troughing over the Southeast. This will allow us to see a gradual increase in the coverage of scattered showers and storms each day, and heat levels a bit lower. Highs should be around the 90 degree mark and we may even see some spots remain in the upper 80s for highs.

AT THE BEACH: A standard summer forecast for the beaches of the Northern Gulf Coast from Dauphin Island east to Panama City. Plenty of sunshine each day, with passing scattered storms from time to time. Highs are in the upper 80s and lower 90s on the beaches, while just inland you can expect low to mid 90s. The sea water temperature early this afternoon at Perdido Pass at Orange Beach is 87.3 degrees. See the complete Gulf Coast 7 Day Planner here .

Have a terrific Tuesday!

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Muggy Days, Scattered Showers And Storms

| 6:31 am July 26, 2016

TROPICAL MOISTURE: Not much overall change in Alabama’s weather today. Partly sunny, hot, humid weather continues with scattered showers and storms around this afternoon and early tonight. The high will be in the 92-95 degree range, and the chance of any one spot getting wet today is about one in four. Just what you expect in late July.

REST OF THE WEEK: The upper ridge weakens a bit, and with instability values increasing we expect general increase in the number of scattered showers and storms tomorrow through Friday. We still can’t promise rain for everyone, but most communities should see a decent downpour on one or more of these days. And, with the increase in clouds and showers, temperatures will back off a bit. In fact, some places won’t get out of the 80s. The NAM model is printing a high of only 86 for Birmingham tomorrow and Thursday. We will keep it close to 90 in the forecast.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: No real change. Mixed sun and clouds, scattered showers and thunderstorms, highs around 90 Saturday and Sunday. Of course, in summer, there is no way of knowing in advance when and where storms pop up since they are random and scattered, but the best chance of one will come during the afternoon and evening hours. But, with a weaker ridge and potential for a few small scale boundaries around, we can’t rule out a late night or morning shower.

NEXT WEEK: The persistence forecast is the best idea. Partly sunny days, scattered, mostly afternoon and evening showers and storms with highs in the low 90s. No sign of any triple digit heat issues for the next 10-15 days. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

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TROPICS: The Atlantic basin remains quiet and tropical storm formation is not expected this week.

AT THE BEACH: About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine daily on the coast from Gulf Shores to Panama City Beach through the weekend… with an occasional passing thunderstorm just to make it interesting. Highs 87-90 on the immediate coast, with low to mid 90s inland. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

Here is a nice look at an early morning offshore storm at Fort Morgan… photo from @seshau

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WeatherBrains 549: Do We Look Like Dorks Wearing It

| 5:15 am July 26, 2016

WeatherBrains Episode 549 is now online (July 25, 2016). If you are crazy about weather, this is THE netcast audio program for you!

Our guest WeatherBrain for this episode is Trevor White. Trevor started at Virginia Tech as a Business Information Technology major, expecting to graduate in four years and go into the corporate world. He joined the student newspaper in 2011 as a photographer. He’d always loved photographing lightning, and one of his photographer friends pointed out to him in May, 2012, that the “Hokie Storm Chasers” had left for the central US. He resolved to try to embed and shoot a piece on them and met with Dave Carroll in 2012. He talked his way into the first trip of the 2013 storm chase. He absolutely fell in love with severe weather and chasing. Searching for things to do with his programming background in the weather enterprise, he settled on big data type applications. Beginning in 2014, he returned west with Dave as a trip leader. After a brief and disastrous career as a PhD student in BIT, he transferred to Geography and joined the Cube project, developing analysis software. He wrote the dual-Doppler analysis software that has formed the basis of more recent visualizations. He has just taken a job at Center for Severe Weather Research with Josh Wurman and company. He plans on finishing his degree from Boulder.

Other discussions in this weekly podcast include topics like:

  • Extremes: 122 at Death Valley, CA. and 27 at 4 miles southeast of Gould, CO
  • Main severe weather in North Central US
  • Hot weather across Central US
  • Warming in the NW US
  • Atlantic Basin is quiet – still!
  • Astronomy Outlook with Tony Rice
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Aubrey Urbanowicz – Lightning explodes pole, Chicago

The WeatherBrains crew includes your host, James Spann, plus other notable geeks like Nate Johnson, Bill Murray, Aubrey Urbanowicz, Rick Smith, Kevin Selle, and Brian Peters. They bring together a wealth of weather knowledge and experience for another fascinating netcast about weather.

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Sun, Heat, Scattered Storms

| 3:21 pm July 25, 2016

TIS THE SEASON: While many in the national media are pushing “dangerous heat”, “heat domes”, and “heat emergency” type verbiage, around here we just call it summer. Temperatures are generally in the low 90s this afternoon, right at seasonal averages. The sky is partly sunny, and a few showers and storms have developed, but they are fewer in number compared to recent days…

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REST OF THE WEEK: The upper ridge over Alabama will weaken slightly in coming days, opening the door for an increase in the number of scattered showers and storms, especially Wednesday through Friday. Otherwise, the classic mid-summer pattern continues with partly sunny days and highs at or just over 90 degrees. Best chance of showers and storms will come from about 1:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m… and we can’t rule out a few late night or morning showers late in the week.

And, of course, in summer there is no way of knowing in advance exactly when or where the storms pop up. You just have to keep an eye on radar.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: We continue to roll with a persistence forecast. Mixed sun and clouds Saturday and Sunday with scattered showers and storms, most active during the afternoon and evening hours. Highs generally in the low 90s.

And, next week, as we begin August, the weather just won’t change much. No reason to depart from the routine summer forecast. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

TROPICS: The Atlantic basin remains very quietly, and tropical storm formation is not expected through the week.

AT THE BEACH: About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine daily through the weekend from Gulf Shores to Panama City Beach, and of course you will deal with a passing storm from time to time. Highs on the immediate coast 87-90, with mid 90s inland. Sea water temperatures are in the mid to upper 80s. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

Photo below is from Panama City Beach… via @lhinton125

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WEATHER BRAINS: Don’t forget you can listen to our weekly 90 minute netcast anytime on the web, or on iTunes. This is the show all about weather featuring many familiar voices, including our meteorologists here at ABC 33/40. We will produce this week’s show tonight at 8:30 CT… you can watch it live here.

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Midday Nowcast: We Need Rain, But Hard To Find On Radar

| 12:48 pm July 25, 2016

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Skies across Central Alabama are mostly clear with just a few cumulus clouds floating around. Not much in the way of rain on the radar at this hour in the area. There are a few very isolated showers that have popped up around the Alexander City and Auburn areas, and they are mainly moving to the west. Otherwise, high and dry for everyone else.

TEMPERATURES AT THIS HOUR: Heat is building as we start to reach the daytime maximum temperatures for the day across the area. Here is a list of temperature observations from across the area:

Birmingham 91
Tuscaloosa 89
Gadsden 91
Anniston 90
Cullman 90
Hamilton 89
Clanton 91
Alexander City 93
Montgomery 91

WHAT TO EXPECT FOR TODAY: Looks like another typical late July day here in Central Alabama. Partly to mostly sunny skies across the area with the risk of scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Afternoon highs will be in the low to mid 90s, with the heat index in the upper 90s. Best chance of rain will be from 12PM to 9PM, and will probably be east of I-65 (but one could pop up anywhere). Odds of any one spot getting rain will be around 1 in 4.

CODE GREEN AIR QUALITY: The Air Quality Index for the Birmingham Metropolitan Area will be in the “Code Green” for ozone. No actions needed for today.

TODAY’S CLIMATOLOGY FOR BIRMINGHAM: The normal high for July 25th is 91, while the normal low is 70. The record high for today was set back in 1952 at 106. The record low was set back in 1911 at 60.

TUESDAY’S OUTLOOK: The “Carbon Copy Forecast” can be used for this weekend. Partly to mostly sunny skies with a risk of scattered afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms. Afternoon highs will be in the low to mid 90s, with the heat index near 100. The odds of any one spot getting rain each day is 1 in 3. Overnight lows will be in the 70s.

HEADED TO THE BEACH: It will be the usual summer setup this week on the coast from Gulf Shores over to Panama City Beach. About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine daily, but a passing thunderstorm is likely from time to time. Highs on the immediate coast 87-90, with mid 90s inland. The sea water temperature early this morning at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab is 86 degrees. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

THE TROPICS: The Atlantic basin remains very quiet, and tropical storm formation is not expected through the next five days.

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Muggy Summer Days/Scattered Storms

| 6:17 am July 25, 2016

AN OCEAN OF HUMIDITY: Alabama’s weather won’t be changing much this week. After all, it is late July, so you know it will be hot, humid, and we will deal with scattered thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours.

Today we project a partly sunny sky, a high in the mid 90s, and the best chance of a shower or storm between the hours of 1 and 8 p.m. Chance of any one spot getting wet is about one in four, and the high resolution HRRR model suggests the highest coverage of afternoon showers will be east of I-65 (but, one could pop up anywhere).

TOMORROW THROUGH FRIDAY: The upper ridge is forecast to weaken slightly, meaning a gradual increase in the coverage of scattered showers and storms, and heat levels a bit lower. In fact, the GFS model is suggesting highs in the upper 80s here Thursday and Friday, but considering this is the end of July, and the typical peak of summer heat, we will keep highs in the low 90s. Thankfully no sign of any triple digit heat for us.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Mixed sun and clouds Saturday and Sunday, scattered showers and storms (mainly during the afternoon and evening hours), and highs at or just over 90 degrees.

And, no reason to change this “persistence forecast” into next week. Classic mid-summer weather here across the Deep South. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

TROPICS: We are getting closer to the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season (August and September), but things remain very quiet due to a large amount of dry air. Tropical storm formation is not expected this week.

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GULF COAST WEATHER: It will be the usual summer setup this week on the coast from Gulf Shores over to Panama City Beach. About 7 to 9 hours of sunshine daily, but a passing thunderstorm is likely from time to time. Highs on the immediate coast 87-90, with mid 90s inland. The sea water temperature early this morning at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab is 86 degrees. See a very detailed Gulf Coast forecast here.

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I will be speaking this morning at an event in Clanton, and later today at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Alabama in Hueytown. Look for the next Weather Xtreme video here by 4:00 this afternoon… enjoy the day!

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