December 31, 2015 Leave a comment
Good Thursday and a happy New Year’s Eve! A southwest flow aloft and a surface front near the coast will keep a mainly cloudy sky in the forecast through Friday. A stray light shower is possible today and Friday, but the risk of widespread rain is unlikely in this part of the state. Rain will be more widespread closer to the Gulf Coast. If you’re going to be outdoors for New Year’s Eve tonight, expect mostly cloudy skies, with temperatures dropping into the 40s after sunset. The air will turn much colder on Friday and Saturday, as highs only reach the upper 40s. Lows will dip below freezing Saturday night.
Sunshine returns on Sunday and Monday…
Alabama takes on Michigan State in Arlington, TX on Thursday. Kickoff is at 7pm. Expect cloudy skies and cold conditions. A few sprinkles are possible at kickoff, with a few snow flurries mixing in the sprinkles by the end of the game. At this time, travel issues are not expected. Fortunately, the game will be played indoors, so weather won’t be a factor.
Much of next week is looking cool, with a dry start the week.
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WVUA Chief Meteorologist