October 4, 2023

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Mostly Dry Weekend Ahead; Showers Will Be Few And Far Between

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RADAR CHECK: There is very little on radar this afternoon across Alabama… most of the showers and storms are over Mobile and Baldwin counties at mid-afternoon. The rest of the state is enjoying a good supply of sunshine with temperatures mostly in the low 90s. Showers over South Alabama will end this evening, and the sky will be mostly fair.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: For now the weather looks mostly dry with sunny days and fair nights. Of course, there is always some risk of a pop up afternoon storm in mid-July, but odds of any one spot getting wet are only 5-10 percent over the northern 2/3 of the state. Expect highs in the 91-94 degree range for most communities.

NEXT WEEK: For now it looks like routine summer weather through the week with partly sunny days and mostly fair nights. A few random storms could form during the afternoon and evening hours, but for now no sign of any enhanced rain coverage through the week. Highs will be in the low to mid 90s… See the daily Weather Briefing video for maps, graphics, and more details.

TROPICS: Still no sign of any tropical storms or hurricanes across the Atlantic basin through next week. Remember, the peak of the season is yet to come… August, September, and early October. The season ends at the end of November.

RAIN UPDATE: Here are rain totals for the year so far, and the departure from average…

Birmingham 44.60″ (+9.70″)
Tuscaloosa 35.58″ (+5.01″)
Huntsville 34.83″ (+3.50″)
Mobile 32.86″ (-3.86″)
Anniston 32.65″ (+2.06″)
Muscle Shoals 32.62″ (+1.25″)
Montgomery 30.31″ (+1.25″)
Dothan 29.80″ (-0.05″)

ON THIS DATE IN 1901: The city of Marquette, Michigan set their all-time record high temperature with 108 degrees.

BEACH FORECAST: Click here to see the AlabamaWx Beach Forecast Center page.

Look for my next Weather Briefing video here by 6:00 a.m. Monday… enjoy the weekend!

James Spann

2022-07-15 18:48:03

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