Ryan Stinnett

More Record Warmth Before Weekend Storms

TODAY/SATURDAY: Not a lot of change in the forecast these two days as the bulk of the rain and storms will be north and west of Alabama as the strong upper ridge will provide more very warm late winter days today and tomorrow; with a partly sunny sky we rise into the lower 80s, which will be right around the…

Noon Update: New Day, New Record High Expected

Moisture starts to back away from Central Alabama today as the ridge over the Southeast starts to strengthen, pushing most of the shower activity well north and west of the area. Our sky will be partly to mostly cloudy and we can’t rule out a few stray showers throughout the day, but I think most of us stay dry today….

More Record Warmth Today

Montgomery set a record high Tuesday of 83°, smashing the old record of 80° set back in 2011. For our Wednesday, new day same forecast as our taste of late spring continues across the state. We will once again see more sunshine than clouds in most locations across Central Alabama today and that will allow temperatures to reach into the…

Noon Update: Record Warmth Today

We will have a partly to a mostly sunny sky this afternoon, and any showers are few and far between. Temperatures today should reach the lower 80s in most locations, with record highs in some spots, including Montgomery. Our record highs for today is 80° set back in 2011, we are forecasting 83­° for the Capital City today. ACROSS THE…

Golden Apple: Bettina Williford

Our Golden Apple Award Winner this week comes from the Macon County School System. After spending over 20 year in law enforcement, 5th grade teach Bettina Williford, decided to change careers and is already making lasting impacts in only her second year of teaching.   “I teach because I love children, I love interacting with the children, I love to see…

Noon Update: Near Record Warmth this Week

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK: Governor Kay Ivey has declared February 18-23rd, 2018, as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Alabama. The National Weather Service, the Alabama Emergency Management Agency, and other supporting organizations ask for your help in providing the public with information about severe weather safety. Advance planning and increased awareness will help residents of Alabama survive these deadly storms….

Little Change in the Weather Pattern

FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY: More clouds than sun on these days ahead, but we are watching for a surface front to approach from the north today, before it slows down and stalls just to our north. This keeps Alabama in a warm, and moisture-rich air mass allowing for the mostly cloudy weather to continue through the weekend with highs in the…

Cloudy Days and Spring-Like Warmth

If clouds are your favorite type of weather features, good news, you are in luck for the foreseeable future. A very warm, moist air mass in place due to southwesterly flow aloft will keep the Alabama sky mostly cloudy, and we will continue to mention a chance of showers. Temperatures remain very mild with upper 60s and lower 70s for…

Not A Lot of Sun in the Forecast

TODAY-FRIDAY: Moisture deepens and we will mention a chance of showers for the entire state with highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Tomorrow looks mostly cloudy and mild with some risk of showers with mid 70s for highs, but then upper 70s and dare I say some lower 80s are expected to return to many areas Friday. Also…

Noon Weather: More Clouds than Sun in the Days Ahead

TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY: Not much sun these two days as the sky will remains generally cloudy, but showers should be pretty hard to find today. Today will be warmer and we expect upper 60s across South/Central Alabama. On Wednesday, moisture deepens and we will mention a chance of a few more passing showers; highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s are…