Warming Trend Ahead For Alabama

| January 30, 2019 @ 6:31 am

COLD START: Here are some temperatures across Alabama just before daybreak…

Black Creek 14
Gadsden 16
Fort Payne 16
Hueytown 18
Pell City 18
Anniston 20
Talladega 20
Bessemer 20
Thorsby 21
Birmingham 22
Rainbow City 22
Tuscaloosa 23

Look for a sunny sky today with a high in the mid 40s. Tonight will be clear and cold again; we project a low between 15 and 22 for most communities tomorrow… it will be one of the coldest mornings so far this winter.

TOMORROW/FRIDAY: A nice warming trend begins; tomorrow will be sunny with a high in the low 50s, and we rise into the upper 50s Friday with a partly to mostly sunny sky.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Saturday will be partly sunny and mild; temperatures rise into the mid 60s. Clouds increase Sunday, and a few showers are possible…. but nothing too heavy or widespread. The weather stays mild Sunday with a high back in the 60s.

NEXT WEEK: A stalled surface front north of here will bring unsettled, wet weather for the first half of the week. Look for occasional showers, and possibly a thunderstorm Monday through Wednesday with high in the 60s. Colder, drier air returns Thursday and Friday… see the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

BRUTAL COLD UP NORTH: Here are current conditions at 6a CT today…

Grand Forks, North Dakota -35 (wind chill -55)
Hibbing, Minnesota -33 (wind chill -63)
Chicago -22 (wind chill -49)

The high in Chicago today is -14; they won’t get above zero until tomorrow afternoon, when the high is 2.

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