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A Brighter, Cooler Day For Alabama Tomorrow; Dry Through Mid-Week : The Alabama Weather Blog

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RADAR CHECK: A band of showers is moving through Central Alabama this afternoon as an upper trough approaches. The cold air associated with the upper trough helped to produce some hail from heavier showers this morning in a few spots. The sky is mostly cloudy with temperatures generally in the 60s. Showers will end tonight, and the sky will clear after midnight.

Tomorrow will be sunny and cooler with a high in the 50s for most communities. Dry weather continues Wednesday and Thursday with highs back in the 60s. Then, we will bring in a chance of rain late Friday and Friday night ahead of a cold front. Moisture will be limited, and rain amounts should be 1/2 inch or less. No risk of severe storms.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Rain will end Saturday morning for most of the state, although lingering showers are possible during the afternoon and evening hours near the Gulf Coast. The day will be cooler with a high in the 50s. Then, on Sunday, we expect sunshine in full supply with highs remaining in the 50s. North Alabama communities will likely see a freeze early Sunday morning.

Dry weather continues into the first of the following week with a warming trend. Still no sign of any bitterly cold Arctic air for the Deep South for the next 7-10 days… See the video briefing for maps, graphics, and more details.

ON THIS DATE IN 1899: The bitter cold outbreak of February 1899 continued across the southern Plains, Texas, and the Deep South. The mercury dipped to 8 degrees below zero at Fort Worth, Texas, and 22 degrees below zero at Kansas City, Missouri. Nebraska’s temperature at Camp Clarke plunged to 47 degrees below zero to establish a state record. The all-time record low for Oklahoma City was set when the temperature fell to a frigid 17 degrees below zero, breaking the previous record low of 12 below zero, set on the previous day. Washington D.C. hit 15 degrees below zero, while Charleston, SC, received a record four inches of snow. Snow was also reported in Fort Myers, Tampa, and Tallahassee in Florida.

Birmingham would see a low of -10F on February 13, 1899… still the coldest temperature on record for the city.

ON THIS DATE IN 1945: A devastating tornado outbreak occurred across the Southeastern United States. The storms killed 45 people and injured 427 others. One of the tornadoes moved through Montgomery, killing 26. The Montgomery storm destroyed around 100 houses, as well as two warehouses and a freight train.

ON THIS DATE IN 1958: Snow blanketed northern Florida, with Tallahassee reporting a record 2.8 inches. A ship in the Gulf of Mexico, 25 miles south of Fort Morgan, Alabama, reported zero visibility in heavy snow on the afternoon of the 12th.

Look for the next video briefing here by 6:00 a.m. tomorrow…

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James Spann

2024-02-12 20:53:47

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