Unseasonably Warm for Halloween…Sunday Evening Update, 7p.m.
October 30, 2016 Leave a comment
Good Sunday evening! It was another day of record breaking and record tying highs across Alabama: clear skies across the state really helped with getting the heat on. Tonight, skies will continue to remain clear as lows dip into the 50’s.
Tomorrow kicks off the work week with still very warm temperatures and dry conditions across the state. Highs will once again be near or at record breaking for this time of year in the upper 80’s, or even at the 90° mark. Monday evening for Halloween looks nice, if you can beat the heat. The safest bet will be to make sure to wait until sunset to allow temperatures to fall some before going out, as well as planning costumes out accordingly to prevent over heating. Tuesday will remain almost as warm as Monday, along with still plenty of sunshine.
The middle of next work week, starting late Tuesday, going into Wednesday, a cold-front will start to move into Alabama, delivering cooler temperatures across the state. Unfortunately, by the time the system arrives, most moisture will be gone from the front and central Alabama will only experience extra clouds: parts of far northern Alabama may see a few very isolated showers from the front. Once the front finishes passing later Thursday, skies will slowly clear up; Friday looks to hold sunny skies, temperatures closer to average, and still persistent, dry conditions.
The cooler weather from the end of the work week will carry on into next weekend, as well as sun filled skies. Sunday, clocks will be jumping back by one hour as we see over night lows dropping back into the 40’s.
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