The severe storms that caused a swath of damage across North Alabama and even claimed the lives of two people in Lawrence County have since weakened and moved out of the area. In their wake, heavy rain plagued many locations, dumping well over two inches in some spots. We'll be dry and much colder Tuesday.
Temperatures struggle to make it past the 40° mark under a mostly cloudy sky Tuesday. By Wednesday morning, lows will dip to the upper 20s. It remains chilly for the next few days. The next chance for rain isn't until the weekend, so the forecast will allow for a few dry days of storm cleanup across the region.
- Storms end as colder air returns
- Rain ends and colder air returns
- Rain ends tonight, colder air follows
- Colder air arrives as showers linger
- Colder air returns, meaning a need for the winter coats again
- Colder air arrives, snow becomes possible this weekend
- Storms exit, cooler air arrives
- Showers end and sun returns Friday
- Rain ends and quiet weather returns Tuesday
- Severe threat ends, numerous storm damage reports