February 2, 2017 Leave a comment
Good Thursday afternoon! It has turned out to be a cooler day across Alabama, as a weak cold front continues to slip southward across the area. Clouds remain thick across most of central and northern Alabama, with scattered showers moving from wet to east across the state. At 4pm, the highest coverage of showers were located north of I-20, but everyone has a chance of getting a passing shower overnight tonight. Lows will drop into the lower 40s tonight, under a cloudy sky.
The risk of showers will be much lower on Friday, with most of our are not getting any rain at all. An isolated shower or two will be possible during the day, but mainly south of I-20. Highs will top out in the lower 50s on Friday. Expect some sun to break out of the clouds on Saturday, with a nice early February day. Highs will approach the upper 50s, after a light freeze Saturday morning.
Temperatures will modify into the low 60s on Sunday, with increasing clouds. A few isolated showers are possible on Sunday. Some areas will reach the lower 70s on Monday and Tuesday, ahead of another cold front. The front will bring a round of showers and storms on Tuesday and Tuesday night. Cooler air will take over by Wednesday and Thursday of next week…
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