Tracking thunderstorms on Sunday

Heading to church Sunday morning will be soggy and stormy.  Winds will be from the southeast at 15-20 mph most of the day.

Severe weather is expected south of Birmingham. Mainly along the Gulf Coast into the Montgomery area. A few storms could wander north into Greene, Hale, Bibb, Chilton and Coosa counties late morning into the early afternoon. Damaging winds is the main risk with these storms. Here is the updated risk areas for severe weather defined by the Storm Prediction Center:

Convective Outlook Day 1

On Monday, clouds will stick around but temperatures will still be in the mid-60s.  Cooler air is not far away.

Going into the travel days before Thanksgiving on Tuesday and Wednesday, highs will only be in the mid to lower 50s.  Overnight and morning lows will be near freezing and skies will remain clear.  Thanksgiving looks sunny, but cooler.  Highs in the low 50s, lows in the mid 30s.  Shoppers on Black Friday should bundle up.  Overnight shoppers will be dealing with temperatures near freezing and only during the day it will warm to mid-40s under partly cloudy skies.

On Saturday, starting off very chilly, below freezing.  Highs near 55. In the evening for the Iron Bowl in Tuscaloosa it will be cooler so have warmer clothes ready for the big game.

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