Author: Ryan Stinnett

Summer-Like Warmth this Week

SUMMER-LIKE WEEK: Our Monday will feature more sun than clouds with highs in the mid to upper 80s. A cold front will be approaching from the west late in the day, and could allow for a few more clouds by this evening. The front weakens and eventually dissipates over the area on Tuesday. A few locations may just see a…

Sunny and Dry with Above Average Temperatures

THROUGH THE WEEKEND: Dry air has returned to the state; the sky will be mostly sunny these three days and it will be warm. Highs today will return to the mid 80s, with upper 80s Saturday and Sunday. Lows will be in the 60s for most locations. FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS: The sky will be clear for the high school games…

Rain Chances Finally Start Decreasing

PATTERN BEGINS CHANGING: Today, we will maintain the chance for scattered showers and storms mainly east of Interstate 65, as the upper low will begin to lift out of the area so the coverage will be less. We will continue to see more clouds than sun, with highs in the lower 80s. FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND: Dry air returns to…

Flash Flooding Threat Continues with More Rain and Storms Today

MORE RAIN AND STORMS: The upper-level trough continues to sit to our west and is keeping our weather wet and unsettled again today with numerous showers and storms. Expect more clouds than sun with periods of rain and highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. Periods of heavy rainfall could lead to flash flooding and almost all of Alabama…

Flash Flooding Continues to Be a Concern Today

The upper-level trough continues to sit to our west and with Central Alabama on the east side of the trough, this will keep our weather wet and unsettled again today, tonight, and tomorrow with numerous showers and storms. Expect more clouds than sun with periods of rain and highs in the upper 70s. Periods of heavy rainfall could lead to…

Heavy Rain and Flash Flooding Possible the Next Several Days

An upper-level trough has developed over the Southeast, and with Central Alabama on the east side of the trough, plenty of moisture will be flowing up into the area from the south. This will keep our weather wet and unsettled for the next several days with scattered to numerous showers and storms rather on a daily basis through Wednesday. Expect…

A Hot Start to October, but Better Rain Chances Ahead

TODAY/TOMORROW: An upper ridge will keep the state mostly dry and warm today and tomorrow. Highs will be near 90° both days, several degrees above average for early October. Rain chances both days are generally less than 10%. FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS: The sky will be mostly fair for the high school games tonight with temperatures falling through the 70s. FOOTBALL…

Some Showers/Storms Possible Again Today

NEW DAY, SAME FORECAST: Our Thursday will feature more clouds than sun and we will need to mention the chance of a few scattered showers/storms, especially during the afternoon hours. These looks to be mainly across West and South Alabama, and even there they will be few and far between as the chance for rain is around 20%. Rain chances…

Very Warm with Some Scattered Afternoon Showers

REST OF THIS WEEK: Moisture levels are on the rise, so there will be more clouds in the sky, and we will need to mention the chance of a few scattered showers during the afternoon hours. These looks to be mainly across West and South Alabama, and even there they will be few and far between as the chance for…

Quiet Weather Pattern Continues

High pressure and dry air remains in place across the state and really the entire Southeast meaning our weather will remain quiet and pretty routine for early fall in Alabama. The days will feature tons of sunshine and very warm temperatures with highs in the upper 80s for most locations, while nights will be clear and nice with lows in…