We’ve seen clouds increase this evening after a few very light showers moved through Central Alabama. Most of the rain never made it to the ground, as the lower levels of the atmosphere were just too dry. However, as clouds begin to move out, winds will relax just enough for the chance of FROST overnight. In fact, a Frost Advisory is in effect from 4-9 AM Monday morning. Hard to believe these are the first two days of Spring.
The cool weather continues on Monday afternoon. Expect plenty of sunshine, and winds that will be calming down. However, high temperatures will run about 10 degrees below average, only rising to the mid and upper 50s. We finally start to see the cold air retreat as the upper level pattern starts to shift. Tuesday, with plenty of sunshine again, highs will be closer to average, in the mid and upper 60s.
Clouds will increase Wednesday as more moisture is brought into Central Alabama ahead of our next storm system. Thursday will be a rainy day with showers and t-storms for most of the late morning and early afternoon. Right now it’s too early to say whether or not severe weather will be a part of the mix on Thursday, but we’ll keep you updated. A nicer day is on tap for Friday, with more rain expected for Saturday.
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