January 31, 2010 Leave a comment
A good Sunday to you! After lastnight’s snow flurries, our weather has dried out today. Clouds quickly moved out after daybreak, which set us up for a nice afternoon. It is still chilly, but with lots of sun, it feels just a bit better for us. Temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 40s this afternoon. It is going to get cold tonight, as low approach 25 degrees. There will be widespread frost to start off Monday morning.
Warmer weather moves in for a few days, as highs on Monday and Tuesday reach the upper 50s. We could even hit 60 degrees on Wednesday and Thursday. An area of low pressure moves through the central Gulf of Mexico Monday night, which is going to spread clouds into central Alabama. There could be a little drizzle for areas south of Tuscaloosa Monday night, but it won’t amount to much, and temperatures will remain above freezing. Clouds decrease through the day on Tuesday and we return to a mostly sunny sky by the late afternoon hours. Temperatures warm into the upper 50s. Wednesday will be a warmer day, as highs reach the lower 60s. Mostly sunny skies will remain in the forecast for Wednesday, but high level clouds move in late on Wednesday.
A gulf low develops and moves into central Alabama Thursday night. We can expect periods of heavy rain Thursday evening and into Friday morning. Rain will taper off through the day on Friday. Much colder air moves in by the weekend, as highs only top out in the middle 40s. Be sure to join me for out live newscast on WVUA-TV tonight at 10PM.
Have a great day!