Sunny Weekend and Week Ahead… Saturday Forecast Update — 7:00pm

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A beautiful day here in Alabama for this Saturday! Plenty of sunshine, autumn-like temperatures, and a good win for Alabama. A few clouds have moved in this evening; however, there isn’t any rain associated with these clouds. Mostly clear conditions tonight across Alabama with a few of those clouds hanging about. Temperatures will cool off tonight into the mid and upper 40s across the area.

Sunday will be another great day across the state. Sunshine, and mild temperatures in the low to mid 70s Sunday afternoon. The clear skies will continue into the overnight hours Sunday night as temperatures drop into the upper 40s throughout Central Alabama.

As we head back into the work week next week, we’ll see a few more clouds Monday and Tuesday as another cold front swings through the Ohio Valley. The only effects we will see here in Alabama will be winds out of the southwest, warming us up in the mid-upper 70s, and a few more clouds both days to start the week.

The front will push east, leaving us again with cool and dry air for the rest of the work week. High temperatures will remain in the low to mid 70s and lows will drop into the upper 40s most nights this week.

Hurricane Gonzalo is speeding north and east away from Bermuda now. Tropical Storm Watches are set to go into effect Sunday for parts of Newfoundland in Canada as Gonzalo steadily weakens as it moves into the higher latitudes and is swept into the jet stream.

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Peter Crank

WVUA Staff Meteorologist

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