March 31, 2010 Leave a comment
As the final day of March 2010 comes to a close, the weather will be very nice across Alabama. In fact, temperatures will be very pleasant this evening, with a mostly clear sky. Last night was quite chilly and one of the colder spots, Centreville, reported a low of 35 degrees. Tonight won’t be quite as cold with lows in the 40s.
High pressure will keep our area dry tomorrow and on Friday. You can expect a mostly sunny sky each day, with high temperatures reaching the low to mid 80s. At night the sky will be clear, with lows remaining in the 40s. Changes will take place on Saturday as a cold front approaches. You can expect increasing clouds, with a chance for a passing shower or thunderstorm late in the day. The main upper air support with this system will pass well north of our area and the front will loose some of its punch as it moves east. We may wake-up to some clouds and a lingering shower early on Easter; however, sunshine will return by the afternoon.
Temperatures will remain quite pleasant on Easter Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Another front will enter the state late next Tuesday and on Wednesday. This will bring us another chance for a shower or thunderstorm, with additional clouds.
I want to send out a big congrats to the University of Alabama. Yesterday the Capstone officially became a designated Storm Ready Institution. Have a great evening!