Monday, November 30, 2015
A stalled front will continue to bring rain showers to the Tennessee Valley over the next 48 hours. Monday our highs will be in the Low 60's with overcast skies. By evening, counties east of I-65 should see a bit of a break in rainfall, with just a stray shower possible. Northwestern portions of our viewing area will continue to see light rain through the evening.
A Flood Warning has been issued for Paint Rock River that begins Wednesday afternoon to Thursday night. A Flood Warning means flooding is imminent.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
HEAVY RAIN TO START THE WORK WEEK: As we go through the next 2 days, we'll see heavy bands of rain moving through the Tennessee Valley. Models are indicating 2-3 inches of rain fall through Tuesday morning. The temperatures wont change much due to the heavy rain and cloud cover. From Monday Moring to Tuesday afternoon, the temperature is only expected to change by 1-2 degrees. Wednesday the high will occur earlier in the day, and the temps will fall into the low 40's before midnight.
Saturday, November 28, 2015
THE RAIN BEGINS: Rain has already started falling in portions of Lauderdale, Colbert, and Franklin (AL) counties and it will continue to move eastward to the rest of the Valley. Through the overnight hours into early Sunday, rain chances will gradually climb. Temps will be slightly cooler on Sunday due to the rain fall, only hitting the mid and lower 60's. Rain will continue as we head into the new work week. Rain totals are expected to be between 1 and two inches, pushing over 2 in…
Friday, November 27, 2015
MOSTLY DRY SATURDAY: Saturday is going to be another warm day with highs near 70. We'll have overcast skies throughout most of the day. Portions of northwest Alabama have the only real chance at a stray shower. Lauderdale, Colbert, and Franklin counties (AL) have a 10 percent chance at rain. The rest of the valley will remain dry throughout the day. Late Saturday night, however, we'll see rain chances coming up valley wide.
Our next storm system over the Central Plains, dumping snow, rain and gusty winds from Mississippi up to Wisconsin, has been inching closer to the Tennessee Valley, where we'll see an increase in cloud cover and the potential of a stray shower late this morning. The threat of rain stays low, however, as since we have been so dry for the past five days, I believe most of the rain that will move in today will evaporate before it hits the surface. Therefore, I left a 10 percent chance of ra…
Thursday, November 26, 2015
WARM FOOD, AND WARM WEATHER: Turkey Day is looking very good with our highs near and above 70. Tonight we'll have mild temps, with a few passing clouds and slight breeze out of the south. This warm weather is a result of a storm system in the west that pulling in warm, moist gulf air. That system will slowly work its way towards us.
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.