Saturday, February 06, 2016
Friday, February 05, 2016
GREAT WEEKEND WEATHER: The weekend is shaping up great with temperatures in the lower to mid 50's and plenty of sunshine. Saturday will see at high in the lower to mid 50's and mostly sunny skies and few passing clouds. Lows will be in the lower 30's. Sunday will enjoy more sunshine and warmer temperatures in the mid to upper 50's. Sunday night, however, will see increasing clouds as a cold front begins to move into the Tennessee Valley.
Thursday, February 04, 2016
WEATHER SUMMARY: Things will be rather calm for the next few days. We will see plenty of sunshine through the weekend. Along with weekend temperatures warming into the low 50s.
Wednesday, February 03, 2016
An Areal Flood Warning has been issued for Madison Co. AL until 1:30 PM
Monday, February 01, 2016
UAH students and professors are making preparations to deploy their vehicles and students to study Tuesday's storms.
WEATHER AWARE DAY (TUESDAY): We are not out of the woods yet but things are looking better for us for the rest of tonight. The Storm Prediction Center has downgraded the Valley from enhanced risk to slight risk for the Valley.
We're waking up to rain showers and a few rumbles across the Valley. This is all due in part to a very weak cold front that will stall out over the Valley for our Monday. With not much lift provided, I expect the best chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms to be particularly in Southern Tennessee, Northeast and Northwest Alabama thanks to the higher terrain. High temperatures will stay into the mid to lower 60's throughout most of the day with cloudy conditions.
Sunday, January 31, 2016
SHOWERS AND STORMS RETURN: Starting on Monday, our chance of showers and storms begins to go up. Currently, there is some disagreement among models as to how unstable the air will be. This can have an impact on whether or not we could see strong storms on Monday. Right now, I do not believe there is a threat of severe storms on Monday. Tuesday is our best chance of rain, and the greatest threat for severe weather. Models are still in disagreement about how unstable the air will be,…