FIRST ALERT: Colder start Tuesday, rain returns late Wednesday
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - We had some beautiful weather for the start of the new month and it’s certainly going to feel like November overnight. Temperatures will tumble into the 40s under a clear sky.
You can expect more dry weather for Tuesday with cooler conditions as temperatures rise into the 60s.
Temperatures will once again tumble into the 40s Tuesday night.
THE NEXT BIG THING: The dry weather will continue into Wednesday, but we’ll start to see more clouds as moisture lifts into the region. Rain will return Wednesday night and continue into the day on Thursday. No severe weather is expected. In fact, we don’t expect any storms in this particular setup. Plan for a chilly rain event, with cloudy and damp conditions throughout Thursday. Highs will only reach the low to mid 50s. The clouds and showers will gradually exit to the southeast on Friday.
THE WEEKEND: I’m expecting dry weather for Friday night and the weekend, but another surge of cooler/dry air will impact the state. It’s possible we could see some middle to upper 30s in northeast areas Saturday and Sunday mornings. This could bring a first frost threat to parts of the area, so I want to give you the First Alert. Most areas should bottom out near 40º this weekend, with a clearing sky at night. You can expect sunshine during the day on Saturday and Sunday with highs in the 60s.
By the way, Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday. So, don’t forget to set the clocks back one hour this weekend.
SUBTROPICAL STORM WANDA: Hurricane season officially ends at the end of the month and based on the latest trends, I would say our chances of seeing another tropical threat within our region this year is extremely low. That said, there is a tropical storm over the central Atlantic named Wanda. This system won’t have any impact on our weather.
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