The work week comes to a close with the arrival of rain. Temperatures are milder starting out, then they plateau in the lower 40s for the remainder of the day. Lows will dip into the upper 30s Saturday, so higher elevations and locations farther north can see a few wet snowflakes mixing with the rain early, before transitioning back over to all rain for the remainder of the day.
Speaking of snow, our chances of seeing any of the white stuff are diminishing as Monday draws closer. Yes, a few wet flakes or some wintry mix is not out of the question, but the likelihood of even seeing a dusting is very low. The timing is shifting as well, with the colder air arriving Monday evening...by that point, remaining moisture will be minimal. The biggest issue for the weekend forecast remains the steady rain. We're going to pick up around two inches Friday through Sunday, so any outdoors plans will likely be impacted by the persistent rain.
- A wash-out of a weekend
- 5 dead after Pennsylvania car wash shooting
- Police: Decatur man stole 26 bottles of body wash
- Trump slaps tariffs on foreign solar panels and washing machines
- Bikers host car wash to raise money for injured motorcyclist
- Dismembered human feet keep washing up on beaches in western Canada
- Road closed after flooding washes out large pipe in Limestone Co.
- Local, federal agencies investigating after drugs worth more than $1 million wash ashore in Orange Beach
- LGBTQ community upset after City of Florence crews washed away painting celebrating gay pride
- Warming continues this weekend