Clearing Sky

| March 18, 2017 @ 2:03 pm

Scattered showers moved through the area this morning, but those have since pushed down into South Alabama.

Early this afternoon, we are still dealing with the clouds, but the clearing line is near the U.S. 278 corridor, and is moving south. The rest of today, we are dry, and we are going to be watching the sky gradually clear and by this evening we should see a clear sky as drier air works into the state behind the cold front.

Temperatures this afternoon are in the 60s early this afternoon, but these should climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s later.

FOR TONIGHT: The sky will be clear and it will be a rather chilly night as we are going to see overnight lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. There could be some areas of patchy frost over East Alabama in the morning, but nothing too widespread.

SUN-FILLED SUNDAY: It will be a bit cooler tomorrow, but it will be a beautiful day with tons of sunshine; highs in the mid 60s are what you can expect.

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