Wednesday, November 25, 2015
WEATHER SUMMARY: The weather is looking pretty fantastic as we go into Thanksgiving. All the rain will be away regionally so if you are traveling anywhere in the southeast. The weather won't be troublesome. If your shopping Thursday night or Friday it will be dry and mild.
More clouds than sun is the name of the game as we head towards the end of the workweek. As higher pressure moves over the Carolinas, a few passing clouds will move in from a weak disturbance to the West of the Valley. But with winds turning in from the South, we will warm up from the mid to upper 60's.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
WEATHER SUMMARY: Things are looking great leading up to Thanksgiving. Lots of sunshine is expected with above normal temperatures. The high pressure that has been with us will also keep the rain at bay for another 36 hours. Now the onset of precipitation looks to be on Sunday and even that doesn't look too impressive.
Monday, November 23, 2015
WEATHER SUMMARY: High pressure continues to keep us sunny, cool and dry. At least through Thanksgiving.
Good morning Tennessee Valley! Don't forget to bundle up this morning, as temperatures are starting into the mid to upper 20's. The last time we've seen these temperatures was back on March 29th where we were at 27 degrees for Huntsville and 28 for Muscle Shoals. With a light wind in from the Northeast, the wind chill makes it feel like it's into the lower 20's.
Sunday, November 22, 2015
TASTE OF WINTER: The much colder temps should last for at least another days and night, however temps will start quickly climbing back up into the 60's and upper 60's by mid week. High pressure keeps the weather very nice, with lots of sun, but clouds start to build in towards the end of the work week as we have another cold front slated to come through by Friday and Saturday. We have at least one more night of freezing temps, as we drop into the upper 20's by Monday morning. Monday'…
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Friday, November 20, 2015
WEATHER SUMMARY: Things will be quite calm for tonight as temperatures continue to drop into the lower 40s. Saturday will be a cool day nonetheless with a weak front passing by in the afternoon. This may cause a spotty shower or two. The best chances for those showers would be in extreme NW Alabama and southern Tennessee. Amounts won't add up to anything more than a few drops on your car or sidewalk.