Cool Days, Cold Nights Through The Weekend

| November 17, 2022 @ 3:29 pm

DRY THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK: Dry weather will continue across Alabama through the weekend with sunny cool days and clear cold nights. Highs mostly in the 50-55 degree range, lows between 25 and 32. Colder spots over North Alabama will see low 20s.

NEXT WEEK: Dry weather continues Monday through Wednesday with a slow warming trend… temperatures reach the low 60s by Wednesday. The next chance of rain will come late in the week, sometime in the Thursday-Friday time frame. Model consistency has not been good concerning details of the system, which is to be expected 7-10 days out. The latest global global model runs today continue to back off on the idea of the risk of strong/severe storms, suggesting only a light rain event… See the daily Weather Briefing video for maps, graphics, and more details.

TROPICS: The Atlantic basin remains quiet and tropical storm formation is not expected through early next week. The hurricane season ends at the end of the month.

FOOTBALL WEATHER: Expect clear and cold conditions for the high school playoff games tomorrow night with temperatures falling from the mid 40s at kickoff, into the upper 30s by the second half.

Saturday, Alabama will host Austin Peay at Bryant-Denny Stadium (11:00a CT kickoff)… the sky will be sunny with temperatures rising from near 49 degrees at kickoff into the mid 50s by the final whistle.

Auburn will host Western Kentucky at Jordan-Hare Stadium (3:00p CT kickoff)… it will be a sunny day; about 55 degrees at kickoff, falling into the upper 40s by the four quarter.

Saturday night, UAB travels to Baton Rouge to take on LSU (8:00p CT kickoff)… expect a cloudy sky with temperatures hovering around 50 degrees during the game. A passing shower can’t be ruled out during the game.

ON THIS DATE IN 1927: A tornado (at times to 260 yards wide) cut a seventeen-mile path through Alexandria, Virginia across the District of Columbia from the Navy yard to Benning Rd. and 19th St. NE and northeast to East Riverdale, Maryland. This storm injured 31 people. The tornado struck the Naval Air Station where a wind gust of 93 mph was recorded.

ON THIS DATE IN 1957: An F4 tornado moved across Walker County, from northeast from Cross Roads, 6 miles northwest of Jasper, to 1 mile north of Manchester. A new ranch house was picked up, blown apart and scattered. Three people were killed in that home. The fourth death occurred in another home.

ON THIS DATE IN 2013: An unusually powerful storm system spun up five dozen tornadoes from the Great Lakes to the Tennessee Valley. Two EF4 twisters struck Illinois, hitting the communities of Washington and New Minden.

BEACH FORECAST: Click here to see the AlabamaWx Beach Forecast Center page.

Look for the next Weather Briefing video here by 6:00 a.m. tomorrow…

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