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Rain clears after tonight

Areas of rain tonight will exit the Tennessee Valley, leaving us dry through Thanksgiving.

Posted: Nov 19, 2018 3:22 PM
Updated: Nov 20, 2018 8:15 AM

Areas of light rain will occasionally slow down your Monday evening if you plan to be out and about. The rain will not be widespread, and it is not likely to be all that heavy. It will come to an end between 10 PM and midnight. Any leftovers will be gone by 2 AM.

Temperatures are starting to drop, too. Evening temperatures will ease back through the 50s. Temperatures will be near 40 degrees on our way out the door Tuesday morning. With clouds holding on, the warmest we will be in the afternoon is lower 50s.

Wednesday is the busiest travel day of the year. Weather will be dry locally with temperatures in the lower 30s in the morning and lower 50s in the afternoon. If your travels take you toward the Great Lakes, that's where you can encounter some snow. Pack the heavy coats and warm clothes if you're traveling toward the Northeast. Parts of Texas could be rainy, and rain will be moving ashore along the Pacific Coast from Washington and Oregon to central California.

Thanksgiving Day will be mostly sunny here at home. Temperatures will start in the mid-30s in the morning. Highs will be in the mid-to-upper 50s in the afternoon.

Friday will be mostly cloudy. The morning will be dry, but rain will begin increasing during the afternoon. Rain will fall through Friday night and Saturday morning. Expect rain to break up Saturday afternoon.

Huntsville
Few Clouds
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Hi: 91° Lo: 68°
Feels Like: 80°
Florence
Few Clouds
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Hi: 92° Lo: 70°
Feels Like: 76°
Fayetteville
Clear
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Hi: 91° Lo: 66°
Feels Like: 79°
Decatur
Clear
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Hi: 88° Lo: 67°
Feels Like: 76°
Scottsboro
Broken Clouds
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Hi: 87° Lo: 69°
Feels Like: 78°
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Alabama Coronavirus Cases

Confirmed Cases: 56441

Reported Deaths: 1136
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Jefferson7012170
Mobile5061140
Montgomery4599112
Tuscaloosa274353
Madison25359
Marshall205012
Shelby176425
Lee164737
Morgan13975
Baldwin134111
Walker111332
Elmore107622
Etowah106914
Dallas10189
DeKalb10017
Franklin95016
Unassigned77728
Autauga71515
Russell7130
Chambers68530
Cullman6686
Limestone6653
Butler65529
Houston6417
Tallapoosa63069
Lauderdale6006
St. Clair5983
Calhoun5545
Colbert5286
Escambia5128
Lowndes49222
Pike4805
Jackson4422
Coffee4364
Covington43512
Talladega4177
Dale4061
Barbour4022
Bullock37810
Hale36323
Marengo36111
Chilton3452
Blount3311
Clarke3236
Wilcox3158
Marion30914
Winston3095
Sumter29713
Pickens2786
Randolph2759
Monroe2683
Perry2552
Conecuh2388
Bibb2271
Macon2229
Choctaw22012
Greene2009
Henry1573
Washington1529
Lawrence1460
Crenshaw1343
Cherokee1317
Geneva1010
Fayette901
Clay892
Lamar891
Coosa671
Cleburne481
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Confirmed Cases: 65274

Reported Deaths: 749
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Shelby14163224
Davidson13976146
Rutherford375539
Hamilton353538
Sumner204056
Williamson193916
Knox171710
Out of TN166012
Trousdale15105
Wilson126117
Putnam10817
Unassigned10772
Bradley10104
Robertson97313
Sevier9244
Montgomery8247
Tipton7177
Lake6960
Macon6467
Bledsoe6311
Bedford6309
Hamblen5084
Maury4993
Hardeman4444
Madison3842
Fayette3805
Rhea3500
Blount3483
Loudon3312
Dyer3023
McMinn29319
Cheatham2873
Dickson2820
Washington2760
Lawrence2506
Sullivan2485
Cumberland2294
Anderson2112
Gibson2031
Jefferson1931
Lauderdale1934
Smith1852
Warren1590
Greene1572
Monroe1566
Coffee1520
Cocke1460
Haywood1413
Hardin1407
Obion1273
Marshall1232
Wayne1230
Franklin1223
Giles1221
McNairy1171
Hickman1120
Carter1082
Marion1014
DeKalb990
Hawkins952
Lincoln950
White933
Roane880
Henderson830
Chester810
Overton791
Weakley791
Claiborne760
Campbell721
Grundy672
Crockett653
Unicoi600
Grainger590
Cannon580
Carroll571
Polk570
Henry540
Sequatchie520
Jackson500
Johnson490
Humphreys482
Perry430
Meigs400
Decatur350
Morgan341
Fentress290
Scott290
Union280
Stewart270
Clay230
Houston230
Moore230
Benton161
Hancock120
Lewis120
Van Buren90
Pickett80

 

 

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