October 31, 2015 Leave a comment
Happy Halloween! The weather played a trick on us today with light rain this morning and afternoon transitioning into some very heavy rain at times with embedded thunder and lightning. Thankfully, no severe weather here in Central Alabama today. If you have any plans late tonight for Halloween, be aware that the rain will likely continue overnight, although there may be a break in the rain later. Don’t forget! Daylight Saving Time ends tonight at 2am. Turn those clocks back one hour before you head to bed!
The showers and thunderstorms will continue for us on Sunday. There maybe a few breaks in the rain throughout the day, but the end to the rain won’t arrive until Monday. Temperatures for Sunday will be similar to today. The rain will finally taper off Monday and we will begin to see the sky clear Monday afternoon and evening, expect the afternoon high to be a bit warmer on Monday, back into the low and mid 70’s. Plenty of sunshine returns for Tuesday, and temperatures respond positively to the sun, we will reach the mid and upper 70’s Tuesday afternoon.
Clouds will filter back into our sky Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, ahead of the next system that will try to bring us rain next Saturday. We’ll keep an eye on this to see how they progress, but Tuesday through Friday look dry at this point. Temperatures will be warm, reaching the upper 70’s by Wednesday and morning lows will be mild in the upper 50’s.
The tropics are quiet.
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