While Tuesday begins with a mix of sun and clouds, storms will move into North Alabama by late afternoon and won't leave until sometime Wednes…
A Level 2 out of 5 risk for severe weather has been issued for areas west of I-65 Tuesday.
Dense cloud cover will remain over the Tennessee Valley Sunday night and through the early morning hours. Overnight low temperatures will fall…
*Wind Advisory tonight through 6 AM Sunday morning*
As the rain moves through later tonight, wind gusts up to 40 MPH may blow around your outdoor holiday decorations. Rain ends Sunday morning.
A few clouds remain overnight, but the rain holds off until Saturday. Overnight lows will bottom out in the mid-40s.
Another round of widespread rain arrives Saturday afternoon. Rain could be heavy at times Saturday night.
Rain will continue through the overnight hours. Early bird shoppers on Friday morning should plan to bring (or buy!) a raincoat. There will be…
Several inches of rain this weekend may lead to ponding on the roads and localized flooding.
Thanksgiving Day starts partly sunny and dry. However, a cold front will move through our area and bring rain, mainly Thursday night after dinner.
Wednesday's high temperatures will reach the upper 60s, making today the warmest day of the week! We will have partly cloudy skies throughout …
Thanksgiving Day is trending a bit drier. Rain is expected to move in late Thursday night and stay with us through Saturday night.
The Thanksgiving Day countdown is on! We will remain dry but cold overnight as lows dip into the chilly 30s.
Tuesday afternoon and evening will be dry, with high temperatures reaching to the upper 50s amid partly cloudy skies. There is a slight hint o…
It will not be a complete washout this weekend, but prepare for off and on rain Thursday afternoon through Saturday night.
You may want to leave a few minutes early tomorrow morning to defrost the windshield before you hit the road.
Rain is still expected to dampen your Thanksgiving plans, but the holiday does not appear to be a total washout.
Sunday evening will continue to be a cold one as overnight temperatures reach to the low 20s with a breeze.
Another frigid night is on tap. Clouds will gradually decrease overnight as lows drop into the mid 20s.
Temperatures start to recover early next week. Rain chances return Tuesday then again Thanksgiving night.
Everything changes on Monday.
The wintry feel lasts through the weekend, but more seasonable temperatures return by Monday.
There is no rain in the forecast, so go ahead with your Friday night plans. The weekend will stay sunny and cold.
Warmer temperatures and rain chances return Thanksgiving week.
We will stay clear overnight with lows falling into the middle 20s before dawn.
Wednesday is shaping up to be a beautiful day in North Alabama and southern Tennessee! High temperatures will reach almost 50 degrees, and ple…
Temperatures over the next seven days will feel more like mid-January instead of mid-November.