November 29, 2015 Leave a comment
The weather today has been very unusual for late November with above average temperatures. Normally we should be seeing highs in the mid to lower 60’s, instead, of a high of 74° is what Tuscaloosa experienced today. Counties in north Alabama saw much more precipitation and cooler temperatures since the cold front was able to make it there, but central Alabama has remained fairly dry, a few misty showers, and warm as the front is beginning to stall. Tonight we continue to see those light misty showers, along with another mild low for tonight in the low 60’s. Tomorrow, the warm weather continues since the front will remain stalled to the west. Chances for showers will continue, but rain totals will still be at a minimum.
Tuesday, the stalled front finally reorganizes itself and will start to approach central Alabama, bringing with it the greatest chance of rain: along with the rain coming, cooler temperatures will tag along to finally drop temperatures back to a normal, by then, early December high. The front takes a little time to finishing passing so rain fall will continue into the day Wednesday. By Wednesday afternoon we will start to see rain taper off and clouds begin to move off with the rain. Cooler air pours into the state on Thursday and the sunshine starts to break through the clouds. Finally, by Friday, we have clear skies returning just in time for the weekend.
Next weekend looks to be the complete opposite of this past weekend with cool temperatures and a mainly clear sky. Clouds do slowly build later on in the weekend as we start to see a new system begin to develop and bring our next chance of rain the following week.
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