Saturday Climate Briefing — Rain Strikes in Immediately; Extreme Storms Attainable Late-Evening Tuesday : The Alabama Climate Weblog

THE CENTRAL ALABAMA WEEKEND

Radar at 5:58 am.

We’re beginning in the present day off with most of Central Alabama remaining dry, however the radar as of 5:58 am does present showers over the intense southeastern parts of the realm. These showers will slowly transfer northward via the day, with probabilities being the best over the southern half of the realm, however ultimately turning into seemingly for all of Central Alabama by this night. Highs within the decrease to mid 50s.

Rain will proceed via a lot of the day on Sunday, particularly for the japanese half of the realm. There may simply be sufficient instability for a couple of claps of thunder east of I-65, however no robust to extreme storms are anticipated. Rain shall be within the strategy of shifting out of the realm through the night and late-night hours. Highs within the decrease 50s to the higher 60s from northwest to southeast.

THE CENTRAL ALABAMA WORK WEEK

Skies will start to filter on Monday as we’ll get an opportunity to dry out for a day. It is going to ultimately change into sunny earlier than sundown and highs shall be within the higher 40s to the higher 50s.

Our subsequent dynamic system shall be constructing off to our west on Tuesday and can ultimately transfer into the realm through the late-night hours. By dawn on Wednesday, rain and storms shall be seemingly throughout all the realm, however shall be rapidly exiting the realm by mid-afternoon.

There shall be substances in place for the possibility of extreme storms, and the Storm Prediction Heart has the southern half of the state in a Slight Threat on their Day 4 Extreme Climate Outlook. Threats shall be from damaging straight line winds and one or two tornadoes. Highs on Tuesday shall be within the higher 50s to the decrease 60s, and within the mid 40s to the mid 60s from northwest to southeast on Wednesday. We’ll get a greater concept on timing and threats when the higher-definition fashions come into play.

Thursday shall be a partly to largely cloudy and really cool day throughout the realm with afternoon highs solely reaching the mid 40s to the mid 50s.

And on the finish of the forecast interval on Friday… Temperatures will begin to get better as we’ll have sunny skies, however we’ll stay in the midst of a trough that can preserve it cool throughout the realm. Highs within the 50s.

ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY – 1863

A extreme coastal storm dropped heavy rain on the Fredericksburg space of Virginia. It disrupted a Union Military offensive in an unwell famed “mud march”.

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