Noon Nowcast: Cool Monday, Storm Risk Down South Tomorrow Night time : The Alabama Climate Weblog

The clouds are giving option to a partly to largely sunny circumstances this afternoon. Most areas are within the 50s this afternoon, which is correct on common for this time of yr. Tonight, will probably be clear and chilly with temperatures falling under freezing.

TOMORROW: Will probably be a partly sunny, however clouds improve late within the day and of a dynamic climate system that can deliver rain, wind, and storms to Alabama late tomorrow evening into early Wednesday morning. Anticipate highs tomorrow within the mid-50s for a lot of North/Central Alabama.

TOMORROW NIGHT: A probably vital extreme climate occasion may unfold throughout South Alabama tomorrow evening. The SPC has outlined an “enhanced threat” (stage 3/5) of extreme thunderstorms for the southwest nook of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle, a “slight threat” (stage 2/5) as far north as Thomasville, Greenville, and Enterprise. A “marginal threat” extends as far north as Birmingham, however extreme storms should not anticipated over the northern half of the state.

THREATS: Storms throughout Southwest Alabama, and alongside the Gulf Coast tomorrow evening may produce damaging winds as much as 70 mph and tornadoes. Just a few sturdy tornadoes (EF-2 or larger) are attainable as properly. Some hail may fall from stronger storms. The primary twister risk is within the enhanced threat, together with Cellular, Baldwin, Washington, Clarke, Monroe, Conecuh, and Escambia counties. Down that manner, all of it depends upon the quantity of instability that can transfer onshore as the general dynamics with this method are extremely excessive. It may very well be low affect occasion, or very excessive affect occasion. For North/Central Alabama, there will probably be mainly no floor based mostly instability, which can stop a twister risk there.

GRADIENT WIND: Gradient winds (not associated to thunderstorms) are a priority statewide. Winds may gust to 40 mph in spots tomorrow evening, possibly 50 mph on ridges. We’re absolutely anticipating wind advisories throughout Alabama with this method.

TIMING: The primary window for the wind, rain, and storms will come from round 11PM tomorrow evening by means of 7AM Wednesday. Sadly an in a single day occasion for our pals in South Alabama.

RAIN: Rain quantities will probably be round 1 inch, with remoted heavier quantities attainable. For now flooding points should not anticipated. Rain will finish from west to east very early Wednesday morning, however clouds will possible linger a lot of the day with temperatures within the 50s.

THURSDAY/FRIDAY: Colder air will drop into Alabama Thursday. Just a few snow flurries are attainable over Tennessee Valley, but when we see a snow flake or two temperatures will probably be above freezing and there gained’t be any affect. The excessive Thursday will probably be solely within the decrease to mid 40s over the northern half of Alabama. Friday will characteristic an excellent provide of sunshine with seasonal temperatures, low to mid 50s.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Saturday will probably be dry with highs within the 50s and 60s, however a disturbance has potential to deliver rain again into the state Sunday. Highs on Sunday will probably be within the 50s. Unsettled climate appears to focus on our forecast for subsequent week, with a number of rounds of rain attainable Tuesday by means of Thursday.

BEACH FORECAST CENTER: Get the newest climate and rip present forecasts for the seashores from Fort Morgan to Panama Metropolis on our Seaside Forecast Middle web page. There, you’ll be able to choose the forecast of the area that you’re thinking about visiting.

WORLD TEMPERATURE EXTREMES: During the last 24 hours, the very best commentary outdoors the U.S. was 107.8F at Augrabies Falls, South Africa. The bottom commentary was -64.8F at Curapca, Russia.

CONTIGUOUS TEMPERATURE EXTREMES: During the last 24 hours, the very best commentary was 86F at quite a few areas throughout Florida. The bottom commentary was -23F at Cokeville, WY.

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