October 31, 2008 Leave a comment
Trick-or-treat! This October sure hasn’t been kind to us in the rainfall department. This isn’t a huge surprise because October is our driest month on average. Our official total will end up at 1.42” and this will put Tuscaloosa 1.91” below average for the month. Our rainfall deficit for the year is now over the 12” mark. We will remain dry tonight as the trick-or-treaters hit the streets. We will have temperatures cooling into the 50s during the evening hours, with lows tonight near 39 degrees.
Wes Don’t forget to tune-in to WVUA tomorrow morning for an exclusive broadcast of The University of Alabama homecoming parade. This will be a great weekend for homecoming festivities in Tuscaloosa and for whatever plans you may have. Highs will be in the 70s, with a sunny sky. Don’t put away the jackets. Temperatures at night will remain quite chilly.
Wes The sky will be partly to mostly sunny on Monday and Tuesday. We will have a mild southerly flow over the area and temperatures will continue to rise. I’m expecting the temperatures to be in the upper 70s, near 80 degrees by Wednesday. A cold front will slowly transition across the state on Thursday and Friday. This feature will bring us our next chance for a shower or a thunderstorm. Have a great evening!
WVUA Chief Meteorologist