Dry Climate By way of Subsequent Week; Hotter Afternoons

DRY DAYS: Dry climate will proceed throughout Alabama thorough the weekend with sunny heat afternoons and clear nice nights. Highs can be within the mid to higher 80s, with lows within the 60s by Sunday as very dry air holds in place.

NEXT WEEK: Warmth ranges crank up a bit as an higher ridge builds over the area… highs can be within the low 90s most days with dry climate persevering with. Nonetheless no signal of any excessive impression or huge rain occasion for Alabama for the following 7-10 days. See the each day Climate Briefing video for maps, graphics, and extra particulars.

FOOTBALL WEATHER: Clear climate is the story for the highschool soccer video games throughout Alabama Friday night time with temperatures falling into the 70s in the course of the video games.

Saturday, Auburn hosts Penn State (2:30p CT kickoff) at Jordan-Hare Stadium… the sky can be sunny; about 87 levels at kickoff. Alabama will host LA-Monroe Saturday (3:00p CT kickoff) at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Will probably be sunny and really heat with temperatures falling from close to 88 levels at kickoff into the low 80s by the ultimate whistle.

UAB can also be at dwelling; they host Georgia Southern at Protecting Stadium in downtown Birmingham Saturday (2:30p CT kickoff). Anticipate a sunny sky with a kickoff temperature round 87 levels… lows 80s by the tip of the sport.

TROPICS: Tropical Melancholy 7 has fashioned within the Atlantic, about 800 miles east of the Leeward Islands. Winds are 35 mph, and the system is anticipated to change into Tropical Storm Fiona quickly. The NHC forecast monitor retains it under hurricane energy over the following 5 days, and has it close to Hispaniola late within the weekend. There’s a actual likelihood the system might dissipate over the mountainous island… if it survives, most world fashions recommend a northward flip earlier than impacting the contiguous U.S. After all, nonetheless too early to know the ultimate vacation spot. Simply one thing to observe for now.

The remainder of the Atlantic basin could be very quiet.

ON THIS DATE IN 1928: A violent, estimated F4 twister, with winds of 200 mph, tore throughout Rockford, Illinois. The twister first touched down 8 miles south-southwest of Rockford and moved throughout the southeast a part of town. The twister was on the bottom for 25 miles with a width various from 200 to 500 toes. A complete of 14 individuals have been killed, with round 100 accidents reported in Rockford alone.

ON THIS DATE IN 2008: Hurricane Ike turned extratropical on at the present time. The St. Louis Metropolitan Space skilled hurricane situations, with Ike’s remnants inflicting extreme harm to houses. A number of areas in Illinois and Indiana, already flooded by the frontal boundary to the north, noticed vital extra rainfall. Attributable to flooding in Chicago, a state of emergency was declared for Prepare dinner County on account of flooding of the Des Plaines River. Hurricane-force wind gusts have been reported to the east of the middle throughout elements of Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania with vital wind harm together with structural harm to buildings and timber.

BEACH FORECAST: Click on right here to see the AlabamaWx Seaside Forecast Middle web page.

Search for the following Climate Briefing video right here by 6:00 a.m. tomorrow…

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