**No afternoon Climate Briefing video at this time**
SEVERE CLEAR: As marketed, temperatures are about 15 levels cooler throughout Alabama this afternoon. With sunshine in full provide, most communities are within the 78-83 diploma vary. Tonight will likely be clear and funky with a low between 55 and 60 levels.
THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Tomorrow will likely be one other sunny day with a excessive within the mid 80s. Then, on Sunday, we’ll usher in some danger of showers over the northern half of the state with one other chilly entrance approaching. Moisture will likely be restricted, and rain quantities will likely be gentle. In any other case, search for a mixture of solar and clouds Sunday with a excessive between 83 and 86 levels.
NEXT WEEK: The week appears dry and really nice; highs principally within the 75-80 diploma vary, with lows within the 50s. Many communities over North Alabama may attain the mid to higher 40s early Wednesday morning.
FOOTBALL WEATHER: Excellent climate for the highschool video games throughout the state tonight; clear and really nice with temperatures falling into the 60s.
Tomorrow, Auburn hosts Missouri at Jordan-Hare Stadium (11a CT kickoff)… the sky will likely be sunny with temperatures rising from close to 77 and kickoff, into the low 80s by the second half.
Alabama will host Vanderbilt at Bryant Denny Stadium tomorrow night (6:30p CT kickoff)… the sky will likely be clear with temperatures falling from 80 levels at kickoff, into the low 70s by the ultimate whistle.
TROPICS: Hurricane Fiona, with winds of 130 mph, is headed for the Canadian Maritimes… hurricane circumstances are anticipated in Nova Scotia by tomorrow morning.
Tropical Storm Gaston stays close to the Azores; it’s going to stay far every other land mass over the subsequent 5 days within the excessive latitudes of the Atlantic.
And, within the Caribbean, we’re watching Tropical Despair 9.
AFTERNOON KEY MESSAGES FOR TD 9
*The melancholy stays extremely sheared; seen satellite tv for pc imagery and information from an Air Drive Reserve Hurricane Hunter plane point out the middle of the system remains to be uncovered to the east of the related deep convection. The middle additionally seems a bit elongated, with a few low-level swirls evident in satellite tv for pc imagery that seem like rotating round a imply middle.
*Shear ought to calm down tomorrow afternoon, and the melancholy needs to be a tropical storm by tomorrow evening.
*The identify might be Hermine, or Ian. A brand new melancholy has additionally shaped within the far japanese Atlantic; it is usually anticipated to turn out to be a tropical storm.
*There may be good mannequin settlement, and the NHC monitor places the system into South Florida, round Fort Myers, Wednesday morning as a serious, class three hurricane.
*The principle impression (from wind and rain) will likely be throughout the Florida Peninsula (not the panhandle). It’s nonetheless too early for an impression assertion for any given level or metropolis, however locations like Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Daytona Seaside, Key West, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale will seemingly be coping with a lot of wind and rain by the center of subsequent week.
*These alongside the Florida Gulf Coast from Tampa Bay south to Key West must be ready for hurricane circumstances in 5 days or so.
*Alabama and the Central Gulf Coast (Gulf Shores to Panama Metropolis Seaside) will likely be on the dry, west facet of the circulation.
*As all the time, this forecast may change, so keep tuned for updates.
ON THIS DATE IN 1975: Hurricane Eloise made landfall on the Florida coast close to Fort Walton Seaside at class three power. Upon making landfall in Florida, Eloise generated wind gusts of 155 miles per hour, which demolished a whole lot of buildings within the space. The storm’s extreme winds, waves, and storm surge left quite a few seashores, piers, and different coastal constructions closely impaired. Wind-related harm prolonged into inland Alabama and Georgia
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