Monday, October 12, 2015
WEATHER SUMMARY: We are looking at a cold front to move through the Tennessee Valley Monday night. This will bring in a few showers and you may hear a rumble of thunder or two. Most of us won't even notice the rain until you step out Tuesday morning to head to work or school. It won't be anything more than what a morning dew would look like.
Be careful of areas of dense fog this morning around the Tennessee Valley that will linger until 9 A.M. this morning. US Highway 431, I-59, and US Highway 72 E will be a problem this morning if you're travelling.
Sunday, October 11, 2015
EARLY WEEK COLD FRONT: A fast moving cold front comes into the valley on Monday. This front wont do much as there isn't a lot of moisture to work with so rain chances will remain isolated. We will see some warmer temps coming in ahead of the front into the upper 70's and lower 80's. Most of the day will enjoy sunny weather, but as the front nears clouds will increase.
Friday, October 09, 2015
RAINY FNF: Heading into the evening hours, we'll see a cold front coming into the Valley bring showers and thunderstorms just in time for Friday Night Football. Most of the showers and storms will be a part of a broken line, with nothing expected to be severe, however, we could see one or two stronger storms with gusty winds at 30-40mph.
Thursday, October 08, 2015
WEATHER SUMMARY: Some light rain will be possible early this evening. Other than that we are in store for a quiet night. Friday won't be as quiet. A cold front is progged to move through the Valley during the afternoon/evening. This will bring a broken line of showers and storms. The atmosphere becomes unstable enough for the potential for stronger storms. But severe storms is unlikely.
Wednesday, October 07, 2015
The National Weather Service will host a special storm spotter training course next week, to help educate the deaf and hard of hearing.
Another gorgeous and warm day is on tap for us across the Tennessee Valley as higher pressure will keep us dry throughout the middle of the workweek. With just a few passing clouds moving in from a wave of energy over the Ohio River Valley, the sun will work it's magic and warm us up into the mid to upper 80's this week. That's 10 degrees above average for this time of year!
Tuesday, October 06, 2015
WEATHER SUMMARY: High pressure continues to keep us very warm and dry. Consistent mid/upper 80s will be round until Friday. A cold front will come through during the late afternoon and will bring in some isolated showers. There will be plenty of atmospheric moisture for those showers. Best chances will be for Sand Mountain to Huntsville. I still don't think it will be a huge deal for Friday night football but an umbrella may be handy.