April 25, 2010 Leave a comment
A good Sunday to you! We’ve got numerous severe weather reports from a tragic severe weather outbreak that impacted several states in the southeast. The hardest hit locations include parts of Mississippi and Alabama. We’ll continue to compile these reports and past the information along to you. Keep an eye on our weather blog for more in the next few days. The National Weather Service office is sending a team out to investigate all damage spots. With numerous damage spots across the state, it will take several days to get the storm investigations finished.
Our weather will become very quiet over the next few days, which is something I think we all need. Expect temperatures to top out in the middle to upper 70s on Monday. Sunny skies can be expected, but a few clouds will roll in late in the evening and overnight. A cold front will bring a cooler airmass into the state, and you will notice the big changes overnight. Temperatures will approach the upper 40s to lower 50s Monday night. A breezy northwest wind will take over on Tuesday. Highs will struggle to reach 70 degrees. A few showers are possible Tuesday morning, but any rainfall will be very light and limited to only a few spots, due to the limited amounts of moisture. A cold start to Wednesday morning can be expected, with temperatures in the middle 40s. With lots of sun, we’ll make a nice warm-up, with temperatures in the middle 70s.
Sunny skies and warmer temperatures can be expected on Wednesday and Thursday. Thursday’s high will reach the lower 80s. Middle 80s are forecasted for the weekend, with a storm or two moving into central Alabama. As a big summer-like ridge builds in, expect temperatures to approach the upper 80s. Maybe the first time we hit 90 degrees. Be sure to join me tonight at 10 PM for more weather information. Have a great Sunday!
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