Central Alabama Forecast

Cold morning to start off the work week! FREEZE WARNING is in effect thru 8 a.m. as temperatures are at and below freezing. Not a cloud in the sky and calm winds have really allowed temperatures to cool down. Clear skies will allow the temperatures to climb a bit through the afternoon. At peak heating of the day, we will be in the upper 50s. So, a chilly day in store.

We have an area of high pressure west, which is pulling in cooler air from the north. But, through Monday, that area of high pressure will shift towards the Carolinas. That’ll make our winds shift more out of the east and southeast. What does that mean for you? You’ll see clouds start to filter in with more moisture overnight and thru the day on Tuesday. Clouds overnight act like a blanket, trapping in the heat of the day. So, temperatures will not be as chilly Tuesday morning as they are today. Still, some spots will see upper 30s, low 40s.

On Tuesday we will get a little bit of a ‘warm up’ with temperatures hovering just below the mid 60s and a near repeat performance by Wednesday. On your Thanksgiving, winds will be back out of the north, which means cooler air. Clear skies for your holiday with temperatures in the upper 50s. We stay dry through the holiday weekend with a little warm up on Saturday for the Iron Bowl. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s.


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