Tag: wet

Rain Moves In Tonight; Turning Much Colder Tomorrow

Rain Moves In Tonight; Turning Much Colder Tomorrow

| January 19, 2022 @ 3:07 pm

MILD WINTER DAY: Temperatures are in the 60s across Alabama this afternoon… it will be the warmest day this week, and probably the warmest day for the rest of January. Clouds are increasing over the northern half counties, and rain is entering the northwest corner of Alabama this afternoon ahead of a cold front. Rain will expand southward tonight… there could be some thunder, but severe storms are not expected here.

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Winter Weather Advisory For Far North Alabama; Rain Elsewhere Today

Winter Weather Advisory For Far North Alabama; Rain Elsewhere Today

| January 6, 2022 @ 5:48 am

RADAR CHECK: Rain is moving into West Alabama early this morning; temperatures are above freezing statewide and there is no wintry precipitation anywhere in the state just before daybreak. Thick fog has formed over the eastern and central counties, where a dense fog advisory has been issued.

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Rain Moves Out This Evening; Dry, Colder Weekend Ahead

Rain Moves Out This Evening; Dry, Colder Weekend Ahead

| November 11, 2021 @ 2:52 pm

RADAR CHECK: Rain and a few thunderstorms continue to push across Alabama this afternoon ahead of a cold front. The rain is heavy in spots, but the storms are well below severe limits. Rain will end from west to east over the next few hours as the front moves eastward and dry air returns.

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Light Rain/Drizzle At Times Tonight/Tomorrow; Sunny Sunday

Light Rain/Drizzle At Times Tonight/Tomorrow; Sunny Sunday

| October 29, 2021 @ 3:34 pm

ON THE MAPS: A deep, cold core upper low is near Chattanooga this afternoon, and clouds wrapping around the system cover most of Alabama at mid-afternoon. Light rain and drizzle will continue at times tonight with temperatures holding in the 48-53 degree range. Most locations are at temperatures levels this afternoon 20 degrees below average for late October.

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Windy And Cool; Rain At Times

Windy And Cool; Rain At Times

| October 28, 2021 @ 5:44 am

HANG ON TO YOUR HAT: As expected, it is a very windy morning across Alabama. Gradient winds (not related to thunderstorms) are gusting to 30/40 mph in spots, and a wind advisory remains in effect. The wind will die down later today as the gradient relaxes. Showers continue as a deep upper low evolves just northwest of Alabama this morning. A dry slot will likely bring a little sun later this morning, but clouds will wrap back into the state this afternoon.

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Occasional Showers/Storms Today; Drier Air Arrives Friday

Occasional Showers/Storms Today; Drier Air Arrives Friday

| October 6, 2021 @ 5:45 am

ANOTHER WET DAY: An upper low is just west of Memphis early this morning, and it will bring another day of wet, unsettled weather to Alabama. Look for occasional showers and a few thunderstorms through tonight… the rain could be heavy at times and a flash flood watch remains in effect for much of the state. And, we note SPC maintains a low end, “marginal risk” (level 1/5) of severe thunderstorms for much of North and Central Alabama.

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Wet At Times Through Thursday; Drier Air Arrives Friday

Wet At Times Through Thursday; Drier Air Arrives Friday

| October 5, 2021 @ 3:19 pm

RADAR CHECK: As expected we have a number of showers and thunderstorms across Alabama this afternoon, moving to the north/northwest. Stronger storms are producing heavy rain, and a flash flood watch remains in effect for much of the state. Occasional showers will continue tonight thanks to an upper low to the west over the Mississippi Delta.

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Wet Through Thursday; Flash Flood Watch For Much Of Alabama

Wet Through Thursday; Flash Flood Watch For Much Of Alabama

| October 5, 2021 @ 5:50 am

RADAR CHECK: Rain is widespread early this morning in areas east and south of Montgomery; a flash flood warning is in effect for parts of Lee and Chambers counties until 11:15a CT. A band of moderate to heavy rain is also moving into the Birmingham metro from the south; a flood advisory is in effect for parts of Jefferson and Shelby county.

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Wet Pattern Through Wednesday; Flash Flood Watch In Effect

Wet Pattern Through Wednesday; Flash Flood Watch In Effect

| October 4, 2021 @ 3:03 pm

RADAR CHECK: Showers and thunderstorms are most active this afternoon south of I-59 (south of a line from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham to Gadsden). Flash flood warnings have been issued for parts of Montgomery, Wilcox, Lee, and Russell counties, where amounts have likely exceeded two inches. There is some sun over the northern quarter of Alabama, where temperatures have reached the low 80s.

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