Date: 2021-11-04 17:14:05
The National Weather Service will consolidate and/or reformat Flood Watches, Warnings,
and Advisories, beginning today.
Most of the rain has moved out of the area as we approach the midday hours. Clouds will linger the rest of today and temperatures will hold in the low to mid 50s for most locations, which remain well-below average for this time of year.
RADAR CHECK: We have a large area of light rain across much of Central Alabama early this morning, but it will end over the next couple of hours. Clouds will linger, and the high today will be in the mid 50s, about 10-15 degrees below average for early November in Alabama. Clearing begins late tonight over the northwest corner of the state and parts of the Tennessee Valley, and that could result in some spots there seeing lows in the mid 30s early tomorrow with frost.
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RADAR CHECK: Areas of light rain are moving over the northern half of Alabama this afternoon; the sky is cloudy there with temperatures only in the 47-55 degree range. But, to the south, the sky is mostly sunny over South Alabama where temperatures have reached the 60s. We will maintain the chance of light rain at times over North/Central Alabama tonight.
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Clouds have returned to Alabama today due to a low pressure to our southwest and an upper-level above us. It is also allowing for areas of light rain to move into the state today, and these will be lasting overnight and through the day tomorrow.
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COLDER: Clouds have moved into Alabama this morning, and we will have a little patchy light rain around today, tonight, and tomorrow morning as an upper trough passes through. Rain amounts will be very light, generally under one tenth of an inch… some places won’t get enough rain to measure. Temperatures will be noticeably colder today with a high between 47 and 52 degrees for the northern half of the state.