Plenty Of Record Temperatures Set Today & Over The Past Couple Of Days

| February 7, 2019 @ 4:35 pm

Well, with this brief warm streak that we have been on in North and Central Alabama, I needed to bring back this animated GIF as record highs have been set, not only today but over the past couple of days. Here are the new records that have been set:

TUESDAY, FEB. 5TH
Anniston… 74 degrees (ties previous record set back in 2008)

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6TH
Birmingham… 77 degrees (breaking previous record of 76 degrees set back in 1999)
Tuscaloosa… 80 degrees (breaking previous record of 77 degrees set back in 1999)
Huntsville… 73 degrees (breaking previous record of 71 degrees set back in 2008)
Muscle Shoals… 75 degrees (breaking previous record of 74 degrees set back in 1938)

TODAY, FEB. 7TH
Birmingham… 79 degrees (breaking previous record of 76 degrees set back in 1999)
Anniston… 80 degrees (breaking previous record of 78 degrees set back in 1957)
Tuscaloosa… 82 degrees (breaking previous record of 79 degrees set back in 1999)
Montgomery… 81 degrees (ties previous record set back in 1957)
Huntsville… 78 degrees (breaking previous record of 73 degrees set back in 1999)
Muscle Shoals… 79 degrees (breaking previous record of 74 degrees set back in 1921)

Not only were record high temperatures broken, but record low maximum temperatures were also set. Here is the list of those new records:

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6TH
Birmingham… 65 degrees (breaking previous record of 60 degrees set back in 1927)
Tuscaloosa… 66 degrees (breaking previous record of 59 degrees set back in 1957)
Anniston… 62 degrees (breaking previous record of 59 degrees set back in 1957)
Montgomery… 65 degrees (breaking previous record of 61 degrees set back in 1991)
Huntsville… 64 degrees (breaking previous record of 60 degrees set back in 1927)
Muscle Shoals… 66 degrees (breaking previous record of 61 degrees set back in 1927)

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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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