Decent But Warm Day Across Central Alabama At Midday

| May 19, 2017 @ 11:58 am

MOSTLY SUNNY AND QUITE WARM OUT THERE AT MIDDAY
As we are approaching the midday hour across Central Alabama, everyone in the area is above the 80 degree mark, with mostly clear skies out there. We do have one stray shower out there over the western part of Dallas County and the extreme southern part of Perry County. This shower is currently moving to the north.

FOR THE REST OF TODAY
With the heating of the day, we’ll have a few more convective clouds form making the sky partly cloudy, but most locations in Central Alabama will remain dry. The best chance for isolated showers or storms during the afternoon hours will be in the extreme southwestern parts of the area, along with the extreme north to northeastern parts of the area. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 80s to the lower 90s. Odds for any one place getting rain today will be near 1 in 5. Those shower chances will decrease quickly during the early evening hours, and skies will be mostly clear during the overnight hours. Lows will be in the mid 60s to the lower 70s across the area.

NAM-3k Simulated Radar at 4PM Saturday

AFTERNOON SHOWERS & THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE TOMORROW?
Saturday will feature a likely chance of scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms, with heavy downpours at times. Coverage of these storms will be greater, but it will not be an all-day washout. Latest run of the NAM-3k is showing a pretty active afternoon with storms across Central Alabama. If you’re out at the Regions Classic, you may have to deal with some storms at times. Stay aware and heed the warnings from the officials out there at Greystone. When it’s not raining, skies will be mostly cloudy, and highs will be in the mid to upper 80s.

BEACHBOUND
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The Regions Tradition is returning to Greystone Golf & Country Club May 17-21 and tickets are now on sale. Come see some of the world’s greatest golfers such as Bernhard Langer, John Daly, Freddie Couples and many more right in our own backyard. Tickets start at only $20. Also, children 18 & under are admitted free with a ticketed adult!

The SEC Baseball Tournament returns to the Hoover Met, May 23–28. Come see some of the best college players in the country as they compete for the championship. Also, for the first time ever, you can take advantage of the Hoover Metropolitan Complex which will feature a free, indoor Fan Fest – ferris wheel, sports bar and much more! Tickets start at only $9!

THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY – May 19, 1989
Thunderstorms developing ahead of a cold front spawned ten tornadoes from Illinois to Tennessee during the afternoon and night. Snow, wind and cold prevailed in the Northern Plateau Region and the Northern Rockies. Dixie, ID, was blanketed with nine inches of snow, winds gusted to 87 mph at Choteau MT, and the temperature at Crater Lake, OR, dipped to 11 degrees.

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Scott Martin is a meteorologist, graphic artist, musician, husband, and a father. Scott is a member of the National Weather Association and the Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association. Scott is also the co-founder of Racecast Weather, which provides accurate forecasts for many racing series across the USA.

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