Rain Monday…Severe Weather Wednesday?…Sunday Evening Update 5:35p.m.

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Good Sunday evening! We started off very chilly this morning but this afternoon turned out great weather wise. Tonight, expect not so chilly conditions. Clouds are going to start sliding in overnight, blanketing in our warmer temperatures from this afternoon. Around midnight, we can start to expect rain to arrive on the western edge of the state. Rain will gradually progress from west to east throughout Monday, making for a dreary start to the work week. Areas behind the rain can expect cool conditions; however, areas in east and southeast Alabama may get some warmer conditions, into the lower 70’s, before rain arrives (probably closer to lunch time). Monday night, the chance for showers will continue as a warm front start to lifts from our south, meaning cloud cover and Gulf air will both aid in keeping the night’s temperatures on the mild side.

Tuesday, the lifting warm front will provide the chance for more showers, as well as a few thunderstorms. Wednesday, though, holds the greatest chance for storm activity. An approaching cold front to our west will bring storm activity Wednesday afternoon. Atmospheric conditions currently seem more conducive enough to get some severe weather sparked. The greater chance will be for everyone north of the I-20 line. As of now, exact timing isn’t available yet; plan on activity to start for west Alabama around 2-5 p.m. Stay posted with us on any changing updates.

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After the storms Wednesday night, cooler air funnels in behind the front, meaning a cooler Thursday. Temperatures will remain cooler for the remainder of the work week. The weekend looks to have some increasing cloud cover throughout as a new chance for rain develops and currently takes aim to arrive Monday the following week.

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Reggie Roakes
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