Very Cold Morning For Mid-May

| May 10, 2020 @ 7:30 am

Here are some low temperatures across Alabama early this morning…

Black Creek (near Gadsden) 31 Vic Bell, reports: “My first May freeze here in 20 years of record-keeping, I’ve had frost as late as May 22”
Little River Falls 31
Heflin 35
Haleyville 35
Gadsden 35
Pell City 36
Hueytown 36
Weaver 36
Sylacauga 37
Coker 38
Anniston 39 (new record low for May 10; old record was 40 in 1966)
Huntsville 39
Alexander City 39
Selma 39
Birmingham 40 (within two degrees of the May 10 record low, 38 set in 1966)
Tuscaloosa 42 (within one degree of the May 10 record low, 41 last set in 1984 and 1966)
Marion 40
Northport 42
Muscle Shoals 43
Montgomery 44 (within one degree of the May 10 record low, 43 last set in 1906)
Troy 44
Mobile 55

This is winter’s last grasp… we are headed for the 80s later in the weekend ahead. The long, hot, summer is almost here.

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