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Saturday Weather Briefing — Dry Today; Showers on Each Day Through Friday

| January 28, 2023 @ 6:22 am


We’ll have a mix of sun and clouds to start the day on Saturday, but clouds will increase throughout the day across Central Alabama. Much of the day will be dry, but a few showers may sneak into the northwestern parts of the area during the late-night and overnight hours. Highs in the upper 50s to the lower 60s.

By daybreak on Sunday, rain will begin to move deeper into the area, with nearly everyone with showers falling by the early afternoon. Rainfall will pick up in intensity, especially across the southern half of the area, as one of two fronts move through. Highs in the lower 50s to the mid 60s.


Monday shows the second front pushing through the area during the day that will push the heavier rainfall out of the area, but will keep a small chance in the forecast during the late-night. Highs in the upper 50s to the lower 70s.

The front will wash out over the southern parts of the state on Tuesday which will allow another wave of showers to move into the area during the early morning, and continuing through the remainder of the daylight hours. Showers will move back in by the late-night hours. While rainfall doesn’t look too heavy, it will be a dreary day. Highs in the upper 40s to the lower 70s.

The front barely moves any on Wednesday and moisture continues to flow into the area. Rain will be likely again throughout the entire day and nighttime for the northern 2/3rds of the area. Highs in the lower 50s to the lower 70s.

And not much change on Thursday as the front continues to hang out over the southern parts of the state, allowing more rain to move across the area. Highs in the upper 40s to the lower 70s.

And at the end of the forecast period on Friday… Ridging to our west strengthens and helps to push much of the showers and stalled front out of Alabama. This latest run now shows some showers lingering around into the evening. Highs in the mid 40s to the upper 50s.


The “Knickerbocker” storm immobilized the city of Washington D.C. The storm produced 28 inches of snow in 32 hours, and the heavy snow caused the roof of the Knickerbocker movie theater to collapse killing 96 persons.

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Scott Martin is an operational meteorologist, professional graphic artist, musician, husband, and father. Not only is Scott a member of the National Weather Association, but he is also the Central Alabama Chapter of the NWA president. Scott is also the co-founder of Racecast Weather, which provides forecasts for many racing series across the USA. He also supplies forecasts for the BassMaster Elite Series events including the BassMaster Classic.

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