May 14, 2021

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Nice Warm-Up Today; Some Rain Over The Weekend : The Alabama Weather Blog

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COLD START: Here are temperatures across Alabama just before daybreak this morning…

Black Creek 20
Oneonta 20
Gadsden 21
Haleyville 21
Cullman 22
Decatur 22
Weaver 22
Pell City 23
Hueytown 24
Heflin 24
Good Hope 24
Remlap 24
Anniston 25
Bessemer 25
Huntsville 25
Demopolis 26
Tuscaloosa 27
Montgomery 28
Mobile 30

Expect a sunny sky today with a nice warm-up; we reach the 51-55 degree range this afternoon. Tonight will be clear and cold again, we drop into the 27-32 degree range early tomorrow morning.

THE ALABAMA WEEKEND: Clouds increase tomorrow with a high in the mid 50s. Then, we expect periods of rain tomorrow night into Sunday morning as the next upper trough moves through; rain amounts should be generally 1/2 inch or less, and there is no risk of severe storms (probably no thunder). The best chance of showers by Sunday afternoon will shift into the southern half of the state; the high Sunday will be in the mid to upper 50s.

CHRISTMAS WEEK: Monday and Tuesday will be dry with a good supply of sunshine both days; highs will be somewhere between 58 and 62. Clouds increase Wednesday, and a cold front will bring showers to the state Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Much colder air will roll into Alabama during the day Thursday following the frontal passage; there is a brief window where a snow flake or two is possible over the northern third of the state Thursday morning, but the air will dry out quickly, and meaningful snow is not expected. Christmas Day on Friday will be cold and dry with a sunny sky; we begin the day well down in the 20s, maybe even the upper teens for a few places. The high Friday will be in the 37-44 degree range. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

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Just one Weather Xtreme video today…but I will post fresh forecast notes later this afternoon. Enjoy the day!

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