Wednesday is off to a frosty start. By the afternoon, temperatures are going to be a bit milder than Tuesday and the clouds are returning. Expect highs in the lower 50s with only a few peeks of sunshine through the day. Tonight, we won't be worried about keeping the ice scraper handy as lows only dip to the lower 40s under a mostly cloudy sky.
For Thursday, the rain holds off aside for a stray sprinkle. Clouds hang thick and a wind out of the southeast keeps milder air in place with highs in the upper 50s. Widespread rain arrives Thursday night and continues through Friday. A few breaks in the action are possible, but Friday will be damp overall. Showers linger through Saturday before we dry out to end the weekend.
- Milder temperatures and returning rain
- Temperatures rise and rain returns
- Milder with scattered showers
- U.S. flu season appears milder, one year after brutal one
- Rain chances and temperatures increase starting Thursday
- Rain Returns To The Valley Starting Wednesday
- Rain Returns To The Valley This Afternoon
- Rain ends and colder air returns
- Temperatures climb quickly Tuesday
- Hydroplane racing returns to Guntersville this weekend rain or shine