Another Freeze Tonight; Warmer Over The Weekend

| April 2, 2021 @ 3:14 pm

**No afternoon Weather Xtreme video**

ANOTHER FREEZE WARNING: With a clear sky and light wind, another freeze warning is in effect for most of Alabama again late tonight and early tomorrow…

We project lows between 25 and 35 degrees for most locations… colder spots could be below freezing for six hours or longer. Then, over the weekend, a warming trend begins. With sunshine in full supply, we are forecasting a high in the mid 60s tomorrow, followed by low 70s Easter Sunday.

NEXT WEEK: The weather will stay dry Monday through Wednesday… afternoon temperatures will be close to 80 by Wednesday. Then, showers and storms return Thursday and Friday; for now it doesn’t look like a severe weather situation, but you always have to watch any system that rolls in here this time of the year.

THIS MORNING: Here are lows across Alabama early this morning…

Kimberly 26
Valley Head 26
Hackneyville 26
Black Creek 26
Fort Payne 27
Carbon Hill 27
Arley 27
Cottondale 28
Weaver 28
Oak Grove 28
Decatur 29
Addison 29
Rockford 29
Huntsville 30
Hueytown 30
Coker 30
Ashville 30
Birmingham 31
Clanton 31
Tuscaloosa 32
Northport 32
Anniston 34
Montgomery 37
Mobile 37

ON THIS DATE IN 1957: An F3 tornado tore through Dallas, TX. Ten people were killed, and 216 were injured. Total damage was $1.5 million. This tornado was among the most photographed and studied in history.

ON THIS DATE IN 1982: Severe thunderstorms spawned fifty-six tornadoes in the central U.S., including seventeen in the Red River Region of Texas and Oklahoma. The tornadoes claimed thirty lives and injured 383 other persons. A violent tornado near Messer, Oklahoma left only the carpet tack strips on the slab of a house it destroyed and carried a motel sign thirty miles.

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