RADAR CHECK: Simply earlier than dawn showers proceed over components of East and South Alabama… this rain will transfer out of the state later this morning, and as dry air strikes within the sky turns into sunny. Temperatures will maintain within the 60s many of the day; the common excessive for Birmingham on January 19 is 54.
Tomorrow will likely be a sunny, cool day. After a low within the 30s, we anticipate highs within the 50s over North Alabama, with 60s to the south.
THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Clouds transfer again in on Saturday, and rain will start through the morning hours over South Alabama. The rain turns into widespread statewide late within the day, and into Saturday evening and far of the day Sunday. The air will likely be cool and secure, so there is no such thing as a danger of extreme storms, and doubtless little thunder. Rain quantities will likely be round one inch, and highs will likely be within the 50s each days.
NEXT WEEK: After a largely sunny day Monday, one other climate disturbance will convey rain again into the state Tuesday. At this level we’re not anticipating any extreme climate menace as there will likely be little or no floor primarily based instability. The remainder of the week appears cool and dry with highs largely within the 50s and lows within the 30s. See the each day Climate Briefing video for maps, graphics, and extra particulars.
ON THIS DATE IN 1961: Eight inches of snow fell and brought about crippling visitors jams across the Washington D.C. space on the eve of John Kennedy’s inauguration. The president-elect needed to cancel dinner plans and, in a battle to maintain different commitments, reportedly had solely 4 hours of sleep. Former President Herbert Hoover was unable to fly into Washington Nationwide Airport because of the climate, and he needed to miss the swearing-in ceremony.
ON THIS DATE IN 2008: A winter storm introduced signifiant snow to Central Alabama… within the basic space between Birmingham and Montgomery. A band of common 2-4 inch quantities prolonged from Marengo County by southern Hale, a lot of Perry, Dallas, a lot of Chilton and Coosa Counties. The best accumulations have been in Dallas County, the place as much as 5 inches as reported at Orrville.
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