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CALM WEATHER CONTINUES: Alabama’s weather will stay dry through the Thanksgiving weekend. Amazingly quiet weather conditions for this time of the year.
The high tomorrow through Friday will be in the 67 to 70 degree range on a daily basis. This is just a little above the average high for mid to late November; we should be in the mid 60s this time of the year. Morning lows will be generally in the 40s, although the colder pockets could visit the 30s. Some high clouds are possible tomorrow, but the sky should be generally sunny each day. Great weather for Thanksgiving Day and “Black Friday”.
COOLER WEEKEND: A cold front should pass through in dry fashion late Friday, and will bring down noticeably cooler air for the weekend. Saturday looks mostly sunny, but breezy and very cool with a high in the low to mid 50s. Then, we drop to at or below freezing early Sunday. Sunday will be sunny with a high around 60.
IRON BOWL FORECAST: It will be a breezy and cool Saturday in Tuscaloosa. The sky will be sunny at kickoff, with the temperature falling from near 54 degrees at the opening whistle into the 40s by the second half. It could be in the 30s as you walk back to the car or tailgate tent around 6:00.
VOODOO LAND: The GFS hints our weather should become more active the week after Thanksgiving; see the Weather Xtreme video for the graphics and details.
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