Author: Ryan Stinnett

Improving Weather Today

After a wet and stormy night, the sky becomes mostly sunny by this afternoon, as dry air return, and Friday looks dry with mainly sunny conditions. The high today will be in the upper 70s, followed by lower to mid 80s on Friday.

Breezy with Below Average Temperatures

A deep trough will continue to dig down into the eastern half of the U.S. the next 24 hours, allowing for even cooler temperatures to move south. It will be a cooler day with highs in the mid 60s, and brisk northwesterly winds of 15-25 mph, making it feel much cooler at times.

Breezy and a Cool Trend into the Weekend

The rain and severe weather threat is over as a cold front has swept through the state. A deep trough is digging down into the eastern half of the U.S. and today and tomorrow will be dry with a significant cooling trend; expect partly sunny days with a high in the low 70s today, and likely only in the mid 60s tomorrow.

More Severe Storms Likely Today

Today is another day to remain weather aware. We are likely going to see strong to severe storms develop this afternoon across Alabama ahead of a cold, with more storms along the front as it moves through the state.