Welcome Back Sunshine!

| November 10, 2018 @ 12:30 pm

Not a cloud in the sky at midday and it sure is nice seeing that ball of fire in the sky today, but unfortunately, it is not warming us up all that much. Temperatures are well below average this afternoon as many locations are only seeing highs in the mid and upper 40s to lower 50s. With gusty northerly winds at times, it is feeling colder as well.

ANOTHER COLD NIGHT: A freeze warning is in effect for essentially the northern half of Alabama tonight as clear sky and light winds overnight will allow temperatures to fall into the 25-35 degree range for most places across North and Central Alabama early tomorrow morning. A frost advisory extends as far south as the U.S. 80 corridor from Demopolis to Selma to Montgomery to Phenix City.

FOR VETERANS DAY: We start tomorrow off dry, but look for increasing clouds from the west with a chance of a few scattered afternoon showers mainly in the southwest, but most locations look to stay dry during the daytime hours. Daytime high temperatures will range from the upper 40s northwest to the upper 50s southeast.

MONDAY/TUESDAY: Little change in the forecast to start the week, we are expecting a cold rain Monday as a wave of low pressure moves across the northern Gulf of Mexico and temperatures will struggle to get out of the 40s. It doesn’t get any better Tuesday as we are forecasting a cold, raw, windy, winter-like day. The rain ends during the morning, but the sky will stay cloudy with a brisk north wind of 15-25 mph. Some places across the Tennessee Valley of far North Alabama won’t reach 40°; the high for the central counties of the state will be only in the mid 40s, and the wind will make it feel colder. Rainfall amounts these two days in Central Alabama will range from 1-2 inches, with 3-4 inches possible across South Alabama.

As the sky clears Tuesday night, temperatures will plunge into the lower and mid 20s in many locations bringing a freeze to all of Central Alabama and likely even down into South Alabama.

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