Cold Front is on the Way… Saturday Forecast Update — 6:30PM


Good evening! Another nice weekend is here with warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine! For the rest of our evening expect the mostly clear skies to continue as temperatures drop off into the mid 60s overnight tonight, very pleasant conditions heading into Sunday morning.

Sunday will start off with loads of sunshine, and the temperature will warm into the upper 80s, some may reach the 90° mark. As Sunday afternoon rolls by, a noticeable increase in the clouds will occur and by late evening, a few storms will pop up further to the north of Central Alabama as the cold front moves south. The over night hours for Sunday into Monday will be partly cloudy with just an isolated shower or storms as the cold front pushes in. The air is fairly dry, and so there isn’t much moisture to develop any organized storms along the front. By Monday evening, the front will be along the Gulf Coast and our rain chances for Monday will be limited to the morning hours, if at all. Monday will be cooler with the frontal passage, and a few more clouds as well, highs in the low-mid 80s.

The rest of the work week will be dry, highs in the low-mid 80s and morning temperatures in the 50s or low 60s. Tuesday morning and afternoon will likely be the coolest of the week, starting off the day in the mid 50s, and barely reaching the low 80s Tuesday afternoon. A very slight chance for a storm returns Friday and Saturday, but it is too early to really put much emphasis on the likelihood of that occurring.

The Tropics remain quiet since Edouard left.

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Peter Crank

WVUA Staff Meteorologist

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