Other Than The Chill, It’s A Very Nice Monday Across Central Alabama At Midday

| February 5, 2018 @ 12:12 pm

As we have reached the midday hour on this beautiful National Weatherperson’s Day, skies are clear across much of the area with the exception of the southwestern portions of Central Alabama. The clouds that are floating overhead in that region should continue to dissipate and be completely gone within the next 60-90 minutes.

Even with maximum sunshine over much of the area, temperatures continue to struggle to climb at this time. As of 12:00 PM, Birmingham was at 44 degrees, with the rest of Central Alabama ranging from the mid-30s in the north to the upper 50s in the extreme southeastern parts. Daytime highs should reach the upper 40s to the lower 60s from north to south with sunny skies throughout the remainder of the afternoon hours.

Clouds will start to move back into Central Alabama later this evening and into the late night hours, and some isolated to scattered light showers will be possible mainly for the western half of the area after midnight and through the overnight hours. Lows will drop down into the mid-30s to the lower 40s.

Tuesday’s weather will feature gray skies and scattered to numerous showers across much of the area, with the higher rain chances in the northwestern parts of the area. The southeastern parts of Central Alabama may be spared of any rainfall during the daylight hours, and skies may actually yield a decent amount of sunshine. By the time the late night and overnight hours arrive, the entire area will be covered in clouds and rain will be likely. You may actually hear a few claps of thunder, but strong to severe storms are not expected at this time. Tuesday’s highs will be in the mid-50s to the lower 70s from northwest to southeast, with lows ranging throughout the 50s.

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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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