A Bitterly Cold Night

| November 24, 2012 @ 6:01 pm

After yesterday’s cold front passed through much colder air is settling in behind the front. The strong north winds today will continue to bring the colder air into Central Alabama and the Southeast. The winds are expected to go calm this evening, and with no cloud cover, optimal radiational cooling will take affect. Temperature will drop like a rock as we head through the overnight hours and by tomorrow morning, many areas will have a hard freeze as the average low will be around 27. Some areas will be in the lower 20s. This is the coldest weather we have experienced this season. Freeze warnings extend all the way down to the Gulf Coast and into the Peninsula of Florida. The forecast map below shows many areas will be in upper 20s overnight.

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