Category: Alabama’s Weather

Multiple Day Excessive Rain Event Next Week

Multiple Day Excessive Rain Event Next Week

| February 15, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

RADAR CHECK: We are just seeing a few widely scattered showers on radar this afternoon; the sky is cloudy with temperatures in the 60s. A cold front is near the Alabama/Tennessee state line; we are seeing mostly 40s over Tennessee on the north side of the front.

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Nicer Temperatures, But Clouds & Showers Out There At Midday

Nicer Temperatures, But Clouds & Showers Out There At Midday

| February 15, 2019 @ 11:54 am

We have warmer than normal temperatures on this day after Valentine’s Day, but the skies are filled with clouds as we make our way to the midday hour in Central Alabama.

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Scattered Showers Today; Flooding Possible Next Week

Scattered Showers Today; Flooding Possible Next Week

| February 15, 2019 @ 5:46 am

A FEW SHOWERS TODAY: A surface front will approach Alabama from the north today, meaning a mostly cloudy sky along with the risk of scattered showers as moisture levels rise. Showers will become more numerous tonight as the front eases southward through the northern counties of the state. Look for a high in the 60s this afternoon… the average high at Birmingham on February 15 is 58.

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Scattered Showers Tomorrow; Flooding Possible Next Week

Scattered Showers Tomorrow; Flooding Possible Next Week

| February 14, 2019 @ 3:27 pm

HIGH CLOUDS BUT DRY: A canopy of high cirrus clouds is over Alabama this afternoon; we still have some filtered sunshine with temperatures mostly in the low 60s. Nothing on radar, and we will stay dry tonight.

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The Rest Of Valentine’s Day Will Stay Dry, Rain Chances Return Very Early On Friday

The Rest Of Valentine’s Day Will Stay Dry, Rain Chances Return Very Early On Friday

| February 14, 2019 @ 11:17 am

Skies over the eastern half of the area are mostly clear as we are making the run-up to the midday hour, while skies are becoming mostly cloudy in the west.

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Dry, Warmer Today; Showers Possible Tomorrow

Dry, Warmer Today; Showers Possible Tomorrow

| February 14, 2019 @ 5:29 am

NICE WARM-UP TODAY: Temperatures are mostly in the 30s across Alabama this morning… and colder pockets across North/Central Alabama are around the freezing mark. We expect a nice warm-up on this Valentines Day with temperatures reaching the mid 60s this afternoon with a partly sunny sky. Clouds will increase tonight as moisture levels rise.

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One More Dry Day; Showers Possible Friday

One More Dry Day; Showers Possible Friday

| February 13, 2019 @ 3:14 pm

BLUE SKY AND SUNSHINE: Nothing but sunshine across Alabama this afternoon with temperatures mostly in the 50s over the northern counties, with 60s to the south. Tonight will be fair and chilly with a low in the 30s. The air stays dry tomorrow; we will forecast a partly sunny day with a high in the mid 60s.

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Sunny And Seasonal At Midday, Shower Chances Return Late On Valentine’s Day

Sunny And Seasonal At Midday, Shower Chances Return Late On Valentine’s Day

| February 13, 2019 @ 12:08 pm

Plenty of sunshine is shining brightly across Central Alabama as we have reached the midday hour of this mid-February Hump Day.

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A Sunny Day For A Change

A Sunny Day For A Change

| February 13, 2019 @ 5:49 am

CHILLY START: Temperatures are generally in the 30s across the northern half of Alabama this morning, but a few colder spots have dipped into the upper 20s. Look for sunshine in full supply across the state today, with a high in the 56-60 range for north and central counties of the state. Tonight will be clear with a low in the 30s, and we stay dry tomorrow with a partly sunny sky along with a high in the 60s.

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Brighter, Drier Weather Tomorrow

Brighter, Drier Weather Tomorrow

| February 12, 2019 @ 3:25 pm

SOAKED: Widespread rain has ended from Birmingham north and west… lingering light rain over East Alabama will end soon as cooler, drier air continues to roll into the state. Many communities are reporting rain totals from one two inches today.

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Marginal Severe Weather Threat For Central Alabama Is Now Over

Marginal Severe Weather Threat For Central Alabama Is Now Over

| February 12, 2019 @ 1:08 pm

As just before 1:00 pm on this Tuesday afternoon, the main line of strong to severe thunderstorms have now pushed out of Central Alabama and into Georgia.

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Stronger Wind Gusts Are Translating Down To The Surface With A Few Of These Storms

Stronger Wind Gusts Are Translating Down To The Surface With A Few Of These Storms

| February 12, 2019 @ 11:45 am

At 11:37 am, we continue to see a line of strong thunderstorms pushing through the extreme east and southeastern parts of Central Alabama, with the potential of strong gusty winds up to 50 MPH and a very small threat of a brief spin-up tornado.

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Potential For Strong To Severe Storms Continue For The Eastern Half Of Central Alabama

Potential For Strong To Severe Storms Continue For The Eastern Half Of Central Alabama

| February 12, 2019 @ 10:31 am

As of 10:20 am, the main line of rain and storms has now moved into the eastern half of Central Alabama, now stretching from Piedmont to Talladega to Autaugaville.

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Marginal Severe Weather Threat Continues Through Early Afternoon

Marginal Severe Weather Threat Continues Through Early Afternoon

| February 12, 2019 @ 8:33 am

AT 8:15 AM: The stronger part of the squall line is now beginning to approach or has already made it to some of the larger cities in Central Alabama.

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Wet/Stormy Weather For Alabama Today

Wet/Stormy Weather For Alabama Today

| February 12, 2019 @ 5:53 am

WET: A deep upper trough and surface cold front is pushing a band of rain into Alabama this morning. Rain will overspread the state in coming hours; most communities will have potential for 1/2 to 3/4″ today.

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Looks Like A Marginal Risk Of Severe Storms Is Back On The Table For Tuesday

Looks Like A Marginal Risk Of Severe Storms Is Back On The Table For Tuesday

| February 11, 2019 @ 11:38 pm

The Storm Prediction Center has nearly all of the southern two-thirds of Central Alabama once again defined in a Marginal Risk for severe storms throughout the day on Tuesday.

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