Cool Days and Cool Nights Continue… Monday Forecast Update – 4:15pm #alwx @wvua23

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Good Monday afternoon! Our local weather started off very cold this morning with the first widespread freeze and frost of the season. Some of us have already seen a frost and light freeze, but this morning’s temperatures were in the freeze/frost criteria for all of west and central Alabama. With mostly clear skies, I expect a fairly fast drop in temperatures tonight, with a low in the middle 30s.

Tuesday will feature a nice and dry day, with highs reaching into the lower 60s. A cold front will push through the area on Wednesday, but rain is not expected with the front. Highs will drop back into the upper 50s on Wednesday, with middle 30s Wednesday night.

Thanksgiving day is looking cool and dry. Highs will top out in the upper 50s, with a low in the middle 30s. We’ll warm into the upper 60s on Saturday before another cold front drops highs back into the 50s on Sunday and Monday. There is no risk of rain for the next 7 days.

For more updates, go to the weather blog at wvua23.com, scroll to the weather tab and click weather blog. Updates are also on our Facebook and Twitter page. My twitter is @RichardWVUA23 and facebook is WVUA23RichardScott

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Richard Scott
WVUA Chief Meteorologist
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Cool, Dry Thanksgiving Week. Sunday Forecast Update, 6:40 PM. #wxal @wvua23

7 Day -SHELTON STATE Forecast - Offset Lows - PMGood Sunday evening! We remained cool today and we are in for a chilly night. In fact, we currently have a freeze warning out since this will be the coldest night we’ve seen so far this Fall and most will see temperatures dropping below freezing (ranging from 26-31 degrees). Make sure if you have any sensitive plants that they are either covered or brought indoors.

Tomorrow will start the short work week with a quick attempt to warm up. As we see the northerly wind flow quickly shift to easterly, then southeasterly Monday and Tuesday, temperatures will increase slightly. The greatest warming comes Tuesday afternoon and evening when winds will be coming out of the south. Wednesday, a few clouds filter in as another trough makes aim to move through the state, bringing an end to the warming. Moisture availability will be too low Wednesday when the trough moves through to produce any rain. By Wednesday evening the trough will have moved through and cooler weather returns again, in time for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving will again be chilly with northerly winds bringing in cooler air. Those going out late Thursday or early Friday will be dealing with temperatures close to freezing, so bundle up!

Friday and into next weekend, we start another gradual warming. High pressure starts to settle on the east coast Saturday that will be aiding the warming. Saturday night, another front will pass through with no rain and cooler weather. Sunday we again cool off from the roller coaster style weather we are going to be experiencing over the next week.

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Reggie Roakes
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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Cullman Co. Until 6:30pm. #wxal @wvua23

The National Weather Service in Huntsville Alabama has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…

Cullman County in north central Alabama…

* Until 630 PM CST

* At 600 PM CST, severe thunderstorms were located along a line

extending from Inmanfield to near Poplar Springs, moving southeast

at 40 mph.

HAZARD…60 mph wind gusts.

SOURCE…Radar indicated.

IMPACT…Expect damage to roofs, siding, and trees.

* Locations impacted include…

Cullman, Good Hope, Dodge City, Smith Dam, Sardis, Baldwin,

Vinemont, Baileyton, West Point and Fairview.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

For your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a

building.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Winston Co. Until 6:15pm. #wxal @wvua23

The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…

Winston County in northwestern Alabama…

* Until 615 PM CST

* At 550 PM CST, a severe thunderstorm was located over Moreland, or

11 miles north of Arley, moving east at 65 mph.

HAZARD…60 mph wind gusts.

SOURCE…Radar indicated.

IMPACT…Expect damage to roofs, siding, and trees.

* Locations impacted include…

Lynn, Arley, Double Springs, Addison, Nauvoo, Houston Recreational

Area, Camp McDowell, Nesmith, Ashbank, Brushy Lake, Poplar Springs,

Falls City, Moreland, Smith Lake, Helicon, Inmanfield, Sardis,

Corinth Rec Area, Winston Free State Barn and Houston.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

For your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a

building.

Cold Sunday. Saturday Forecast Update, 4:45pm. #wxal @wvau23

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Good Saturday evening! We are watching a band of storms moving through Mississippi that will be arriving this evening. Some of these storms could pack a bit of a punch with gusty winds that could bring down some tree limbs. The good news is, they are tracking very quickly and won’t stay in one area for too long. We will start to see those arrive for northwest central Alabama within the next few minutes. Tuscaloosa and Birmingham arrival will be later around 6-8pm. Those further east and southeast will see them arriving later in the evening at and after 10pm. Once the storms pass skies will quickly clear and temperatures will also quickly plummet.

Tomorrow, the front will be out of central Alabama and skies will be clear. A stout northerly wind will funnel in cooler air; that will make our lower temperatures feel even cooler. Nighttime lows going into our short work week will dip below freezing.

The short work week will start with a quick attempt to warm up. As we see the northerly wind flow quickly shift to easterly, then southeasterly Monday and Tuesday, temperatures will increase slightly. Wednesday, clouds filter in as another trough makes aim to move through the state, bringing an end to the warming. Moisture availability will be too low Wednesday when the trough moves through to produce any rain. Wednesday night, the front passes through and the cooler weather returns for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving will again be chilly with northerly winds bringing in cooler air.

Friday and into next weekend, we start another gradual warming from the exit of the trough. High pressure starts to settle on the east coast Saturday that will be aiding the warming. Sunday, another front will pass through with what looks to be no rain and cooler weather.

Join us live on WVUA23 weekdays at 5, 6 and 10:00 P.M. and weekends at 10PM for the very latest on your news, weather and sports.

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Rain Chances Saturday PM… Colder on Sunday… Friday Forecast Update – 4:30pm #alwx @wvua23

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Good Friday afternoon! Today has turned out to be a beautiful day, with a good supply of sunshine. Most areas made it to the 70 degree mark this afternoon. As clouds and moisture increase tonight, it will not get as cold. Look for a low in the middle 50s tonight.

A cold front will move through the area on Saturday, with a good chance of showers and maybe a storm with the front. Rain amounts don’t appear very impressive with this front, but we could get between 1/10th an inch and 1/2 an inch. If you’re going to the Bama game Saturday in Tuscaloosa, it’s going to be a close call for rain arriving. Models seem to agree the best chance of rain will happen during the afternoon and evening hours. With a start time of 3pm and an ending time by midnight Saturday night. Temperatures will top out near 70 on Saturday.

Temperatures will trend cooler by Saturday night and on Sunday. Highs will remain in the 50s on Sunday! I expect a freeze in many areas Sunday night, with low 30s widespread…

For more updates, go to the weather blog at wvua23.com, scroll to the weather tab and click weather blog. Updates are also on our Facebook and Twitter page. My twitter is @RichardWVUA23 and facebook is WVUA23RichardScott

Join us live on WVUA23 weekdays at 5, 6 and 10:00 P.M. and weekends at 10PM for the very latest on your news, weather and sports.

Richard Scott
WVUA Chief Meteorologist
rscott@wvua23.com
Twitter: RichardWVUA23
Facebook: WVUA23RichardScott

Nice Friday… Rain Saturday PM… Colder Sunday… Thursday Forecast Update – 4:30pm #alwx @wvua23

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Good Thursday afternoon! After a cloudy start to the day, sunshine made its return this afternoon, with pleasant late Fall temperatures. Expect a chilly night tonight, with a low in the lower 40s.

Friday will feature a warmer afternoon, under a mostly sunny sky. Highs will reach 70 in many areas, with a light southeast breeze developing.

A cold front will move through the area on Saturday, with a good chance of showers and maybe a storm with the front. Rain amounts don’t appear very impressive with this front, but we could get between 1/10th an inch and 1/2 an inch. If you’re going to the Bama game Saturday in Tuscaloosa, it’s going to be a close call for rain arriving. Models seem to agree the best chance of rain will happen during the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures will top out near 70 on Saturday.

Temperatures will trend cooler by Saturday night and on Sunday. Highs will remain in the 50s on Sunday! I expect a freeze in many areas Sunday night, with low 30s widespread…

For more updates, go to the weather blog at wvua23.com, scroll to the weather tab and click weather blog. Updates are also on our Facebook and Twitter page. My twitter is @RichardWVUA23 and facebook is WVUA23RichardScott

Join us live on WVUA23 weekdays at 5, 6 and 10:00 P.M. and weekends at 10PM for the very latest on your news, weather and sports.

Richard Scott
WVUA Chief Meteorologist
rscott@wvua23.com
Twitter: RichardWVUA23
Facebook: WVUA23RichardScott