November 30, 2007 Leave a comment
Another fantastic day for us in West Alabama, with sunshine and pleasant temperatures. Hard to believe, but today’s the last day of November, the end of the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season and the end of meteorological fall. Tomorrow and Sunday will not feel like typical December days. Highs will be near 69 Saturday and 76 on Sunday.
We’re watching a big winter storm that’s lifting out of the Southwestern United States and heading for the Midwest, then the New England states. There are some type of winter weather advisories in a dozen states right now because of that storm.
We will not see too much from this one. The trailing cold front will swing through here late Sunday and might fire off a few thunderstorms when it does. There also might be some showers during the day on Sunday. There might be some lingering showers south and east of Tuscaloosa early Monday morning as the front exits the area.
Behind the front, we’ll see temperatures in the upper 50s for Monday, and the lower 60s for the middle of next week. We’re keeping an eye on another storm system for late next week.
If you’re heading to Demopolis for Christmas on the River festivites Saturday, the weather will be very nice. Monday night’s West Alabama Christmas Parade will have dry, and chilly weather. Tuesday’s Dickens Downtown in Northport will also have dry and cool conditions. Should be nice for any outdoor events, except for that threat for rain and storms on Sunday.