February 4, 2017 Leave a comment
Good Saturday evening! Alabama saw pleasant weather today; however, that is going to quickly change over night. Warm air aloft in Mississippi is currently producing light showers for the northern portion of their state, and that will start making its way into north Alabama. Early tomorrow morning, that will start to slowly shift southward bringing light rain for portions of central Alabama tomorrow morning, into Sunday afternoon. Temperatures meanwhile will still remain cool.
Monday we will see a developing low to our west create a warm front that will lift northward early Monday, bringing a second batch of showers. Some may appreciate the rain though, because it will bring back our warm weather. After that front passes, we should get a temporary dry spell Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning. After, the cold front with the approaching low will move into Alabama. As of now, there is still the very low end chance for some strong storms thanks to a decent amount of shear…but that is about the only condition that currently looks to aid in producing any severe weather. For now, just look at this event as something to keep an ear out for but not to stress over. After the front passes, we mostly clear out. Thursday a very weak upper level disturbance could produce a few isolated showers. Some extra clouds is the biggest contribution from it.
By next Friday, the weather should finally calm down and turn back to a seasonal average for us here. Lots of sunshine by Saturday and a return of southerly winds looks to bring us much warmer temperatures, which I doubt anyone will be complaining about.
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