Turning Out To Be Really Nice At Midday

| March 6, 2018 @ 12:34 pm

Rain Has Left Central Alabama With Skies Clearing Quickly

All of the shower activity has pushed off to our east and southeast out of the area, and skies are quickly clearing. Temperatures at 12:25 PM are ranging from the upper 50s to the mid-60s throughout the area, with the warmer temperatures occurring in the sunshine. Birmingham was sitting at 63 degrees with sunny skies.

Skies will continue clearing throughout the afternoon, with clear skies for the evening and overnight hours. Highs will be in the 60s, with lows in the mid-30s to the lower 40s.

A Great Day On Wednesday, But Unseasonably Cool

The cooler air will have made it into Central Alabama for “Hump Day,” as the afternoon highs will only make it into the lover 50s to the lower 60s from north to south. The good news is that there will be plenty of sunshine across the area, and no rain in site through the rest of the work week.

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On This Day In Weather History

1989 – A winter storm in the south central U.S. left parts of Missouri and Arkansas buried under more than a foot of snow. Heavier snowfall totals in Missouri included 14 inches at Springfield and 16 inches at Lebanon. Totals in Benton County AR ranged up to 14 inches.

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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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