Archive for December 23rd, 2012

Update on Christmas Weather

Update on Christmas Weather

| December 23, 2012 @ 9:13 pm

Some new model data is rolling in tonight, and quite frankly I don’t see any reason to change our thinking for the weather in Alabama for Christmas. Still, unfortunately, a significant severe weather threat. If there is any shift in thinking, the event might be a tad later in getting here. But, not by much. […]

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Evening Update: A Few Light Showers For Now

Evening Update: A Few Light Showers For Now

| December 23, 2012 @ 7:03 pm

Scattered light rain showers are occurring across mainly the northwestern third of Alabama this evening, generally northwest of a line from Butler to Rockford to Huntsviile. They are moving east northeast at about 40 mph. The showers are in response to a moist airmass that is being lifted as it moves from west southwest to […]

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On This Date:  1F at Birmingham

On This Date: 1F at Birmingham

| December 23, 2012 @ 3:00 pm

On this date in 1989, an epic cold wave was diving south to the Gulf Coast.  On the left side of this image, you can see the upper air chart: Over one hundred and twenty cities across the central and eastern United States reported record low temperatures for the date.  Forty one of the cities […]

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