RADAR CHECK: Rain is falling throughout a lot of Northwest and West-Central Alabama this afternoon, however to the south the sky is generally sunny throughout the southern third of the state. We’ve got an enormous temperature unfold, with readings starting from the low 50s within the rain throughout Northwest Alabama, to the mid 80s at Cellular. Clouds will improve throughout the southern 2/3 of the state tonight with some rain at occasions.
Tomorrow shall be cloudy and far cooler with durations of rain. We word SPC has outlined a low finish “marginal threat” of extreme thunderstorms for components of West Alabama tomorrow, however with a cool, steady airmass in place will probably be very arduous for a extreme storm to develop. Some thunder is feasible, nonetheless. Highs shall be principally within the 50s and 60s.
Rain will linger into the state Friday, ending from northwest to southeast by noon and thru the afternoon. Friday’s excessive shall be within the 60s.
THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: The weekend will start with a sunny, cool day Saturday with highs principally within the 60s. Then, a fast-paced system will deliver rain and some thunderstorms again to the state by Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening. The most recent world fashions proceed to pattern towards greater instability values, and some robust storms may very well be concerned…. highs Sunday afternoon shall be within the 60s and 70s.
FREEZE POTENTIAL NEXT WEEK: The climate shall be dry Monday by means of Thursday, with temperatures properly beneath common for mid-March. Potential for a late season freeze is growing Tuesday and Wednesday morning over the northern half of Alabama…. it seems like Wednesday morning would be the coldest with a low within the 25-35 diploma vary. Frost is feasible down into the southern counties of the state early Wednesday.
We heat up by the tip of the week, and rain will possible return by Friday together with some threat of thunderstorms. See the every day Climate Briefing video for maps, graphics, and extra particulars.
ON THIS DATE IN 1909: The city of Brinkley, Arkansas, was struck by an estimated F4 twister, which killed 49 individuals. The twister, which was two-thirds of a mile extensive, destroyed 860 buildings. Whole households had been killed as homes had been fully swept away by the storm.
ON THIS DATE IN 2000: An F1 twister traveled a brief distance throughout Milwaukee, Wisconsin, through the night hours. The twister injured 16 individuals.
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