May 23, 2024

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A Few Showers Through Tomorrow Morning; Temperatures Stay Warm : The Alabama Weather Blog

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RADAR CHECK: Showers and a few thunderstorms are over the southwest part of Alabama this afternoon, and with the approach of a weak front will mention a chance of showers statewide tonight into tomorrow. The highest chance of showers tomorrow will come during the morning hours.

The rain won’t be especially widespread or heavy, and there is a chance some spots won’t even see enough rain to measure. The sky will be generally cloudy tonight and tomorrow, and the high will be close to 80 degrees.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: These two days look warm and dry. Partly sunny days, fair nights, highs in the 85-88 degree range for most places.

FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND: Another surface front will bring some risk of showers Friday afternoon and Friday night. Saturday looks relatively dry with only isolated showers, then global models suggest an increase in rain coverage Sunday, especially over the northern half of the state. We note model consistency has not been very good concerning the timing of the rain over the weekend; we will have much better clarity later in the week.

Bottom line: the weekend certainly won’t be a wash-out, the sun will be out at times, but expect scattered showers to be around. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s.

NEXT WEEK: Warm weather continues with highs in the 80s. A fairly moist airmass will be in place, meaning some risk of at least scattered showers on most days… but still no sign of any high impact weather event for our state through the week (flooding, severe storms, etc). See the video briefing for maps, graphics, and more details.

ON THIS DATE IN 1910: The temperature at Kansas City MO soared to 95 degrees to establish a record for April. Four days earlier the afternoon high in Kansas City was 44 degrees following a record cold morning low of 34 degrees.

ON THIS DATE IN 1987: A storm off the southeast coast of Massachusetts blanketed southern New England with heavy snow on the 28 through the 29th. Totals of three inches at Boston, 11 inches at Milton, and 17 inches at Worcester Massachusetts were records for so late in the season. Princeton Massachusetts was buried under 25 inches of snow.

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

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James Spann

2024-04-29 19:59:37

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