Junk food risk in Alabama this weekend

Junk food risk in Alabama this weekend

First, this is WVTM 13 weather. We have a fair amount of clouds around central Alabama. This is the view from our Alabaster camera. You can see those clouds in place. our. Temperatures this afternoon are a little colder than we have been the last couple of days. We’re still above average for this time of year, but we’ll end up in the lower 60s in most of our communities later this afternoon, then hold off for the rest of the evening. We keep the clouds in place. Now there is a very small chance that we will see some scattered showers very late this evening. I would say around midnight, but we’re looking at the possibility of rain in tomorrow’s times, especially the far north and west where you live, the darker greens are here, and that’s where you’re likely to see a few light showers passing through the middle of Alabama. We can’t rule out showers anywhere, but that’s better coverage again north and west. City of Birmingham. Next, we’re talking about multiple rounds of rain over the weekend, and rainfall totals could reach 2 to 4 inches in some locations. This could mean some minor flooding problems in some locations. This is something we will be keeping an eye on over the weekend. I wanted to spend your time here. Here’s a look towards tomorrow morning at 6am, and I think this model is a little ahead of the curve in covering rain showers, but keep in mind that you’ll need to have that rain gear on while you’re waiting at the bus stop or while you’re heading to work early tomorrow morning throughout Today, it’s raining and cloudy skies. Times, otherwise, are warm and humid with temperatures in the mid and upper 60s. In some places the temperature can reach 70 degrees, and then on Saturday, the temperature can reach the same degree on Saturday. So we’ll continue to get heavy rain at times, especially along north of I-20. During the first half of the day. It’s 3:00pm on Saturday, and it’s not raining everywhere, but it’s likely to get heavy rain when it does come. Move toward the afternoon and evening hours. THATRILLIONAIN is starting to move back south, and it’s a bit likely we’ll see a band of rain set in late Saturday and stick around into early Sunday. With these repeated rounds of heavy rain, we could get some of that precipitation total. Add up anywhere from 2 to 4in. check it out! Sunday evening. We still have widespread rain in place, and models are once again predicting 2 to 4 inches, which is why we really have to pay attention to the local flood threat as you see all the red here. This is where we could see some higher rainfall totals between tomorrow and Monday. The Weather Prediction Center highlights a few locations with some flooding potential. So, where you see yellow, that’s where we’re likely to have some minor flooding issues over the weekend. Once again, we will feel warm and humid over the weekend with rain at times. Of course, we will update the timing the next day

Alabama impact days are coming this weekend with heavy rain and the threat of flash flooding

The weather in Alabama will turn rainy on Friday and windy on the weekend. Heavy rains lead to the risk of flash floods on Saturday and Sunday. Check the video forecast for the latest news. In the short term through Friday, heavy clouds on Thursday blocked out the sun and kept it cooler. Those clouds and a light southerly breeze will keep it milder overnight. Expect temperatures to drop into the upper 40s to 50s by Friday morning. Scattered light rain will begin on Friday morning, but the rain will not fall evenly across the state. The best chance for measurable rain is in the first half of the day over northwest Alabama, but some light, intermittent rain develops during the afternoon and evening as far south as Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. Impact Weather for the Weekend An “impact day” means the weather will change. It may disrupt your usual routine, and the disruption comes mainly from heavy rain and some occasional thunderstorms on Saturday and Sunday. Three rounds of heavy rain will inundate Alabama and create a threat of flash flooding. The Weather Prediction Center (WPC) identifies a Level 2 flash flood threat for north and central Alabama Saturday morning into Sunday morning. Here’s what the timing looks like as of Thursday afternoon: The first round mainly affects northwest Alabama and the Tennessee Valley with heavy rain and a few thunderstorms from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. Expect about 0.5 to 1.5 inches of rain in Marion, Winston, Cullman, Blount, Etowah, Cherokee, Lamar, Fayette and Walker counties by Saturday evening. Very little rain will fall in the Birmingham area until Saturday evening. The second round brings heavy rain across central Alabama, including Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Anniston, Pell City, and Gadsden from about 10 PM Saturday until 6 AM Sunday. Expect approximately 1 to 2 inches of rain in Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, Calhoun, Talladega and Clay counties by Sunday morning. The third round lasts longer and brings heavier rains compared to the first two rounds. Showers and thunderstorms develop over Mississippi and southwest Alabama before noon Sunday and spread northeast across central Alabama Sunday evening. Rain will fall almost continuously for 18 hours between Sunday afternoon and midday Monday, and some central Alabama communities could get more than 2 to 3 additional inches. Rainfall totals could exceed four inches in isolated areas by Monday, but most areas will remain between two and three inches. The weather remains warm and humid both days of the weekend: highs in the mid 60s to highs and low temperatures in the 50s. The active stretch ends Monday as a cold front passes through Alabama. This front brings cooler, drier air into the state on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Tuesday and Wednesday appear to be a little cooler than “normal” by mid-February standards. We expect highs in the mid 50s on Tuesday and near 60 degrees on Wednesday. Morning temperatures drop to 30°C on both days. Overall, Valentine’s Day looks nice and dry with no real weather issues. A stronger cold front with some Arctic influence will hit by next Friday and Saturday. At this point, it’s a bit difficult to say just how cold the weather will be next weekend. The core of Arctic air may still be quite far north due to the “extreme” cold weather in Alabama, but it looks like we’ll see a few nights in the 20s and days with temperatures in the 40s to at least the lower 50s. -AWAREFor the latest weather coverage for your area, click here. And stay up to date with alerts in the WVTM 13 app. You can download it here. For the latest weather information in Birmingham and the most accurate forecasts approved for Central Alabama, watch WVTM News 13. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, X, Twitter and Instagram previously.

The weather in Alabama will turn rainy on Friday and windy on the weekend. Heavy rains lead to the risk of flash floods on Saturday and Sunday.

Check our video forecast for the latest.

In the short term until Friday

Clouds rolled in on Thursday, blocking out the sun’s rays and keeping it cooler. Those clouds and a light southerly breeze will keep it milder overnight. Expect temperatures to drop into the upper 40s to 50s by Friday morning.

Alabama - weather forecast

Scattered light rain will begin on Friday morning, but the rain will not fall evenly throughout the state.

Alabama - weather forecast

The best chance for measurable rain is in the first half of the day over northwest Alabama, but some light, intermittent rain develops during the afternoon and evening as far south as Birmingham and Tuscaloosa.

Influential weather for the weekend

Alabama - weather forecast

An “impact day” means the weather will disrupt your normal routine, and the disruption comes mainly from heavy rain and some occasional thunderstorms on Saturday and Sunday.

Three rounds of heavy rain will inundate Alabama and create a threat of flash flooding. The Weather Prediction Center (WPC) identifies a Level 2 flash flood threat for north and central Alabama Saturday morning into Sunday morning.

Alabama - weather forecast

Here’s what the times look like as of Thursday afternoon:

  • first round Mainly affects northwest Alabama and the Tennessee Valley with heavy rain and some thunderstorms from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. Expect about 0.5 to 1.5 inches of rain in Marion, Winston, Cullman, Blount, Etowah, Cherokee, Lamar, Fayette and Walker counties by Saturday evening. Very little rain will fall in the Birmingham area until Saturday evening.
    Alabama - weather forecast

  • Second round It brings a round of heavy rain across central Alabama, including Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Anniston, Pell City and Gadsden from about 10 PM Saturday until 6 AM Sunday. Expect approximately 1 to 2 inches of rain in Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, Calhoun, Talladega and Clay counties by Sunday morning.
    Alabama - weather forecast

  • Third round It lasts longer and brings heavier rains than the first two. Showers and thunderstorms develop over Mississippi and southwest Alabama before noon Sunday and spread northeast across central Alabama Sunday evening. Rain will fall almost continuously for 18 hours between Sunday afternoon and midday Monday, and some central Alabama communities could get more than 2 to 3 additional inches.
    Alabama - weather forecast

Rainfall totals could exceed four inches in isolated areas by Monday, but most areas remain between two and three inches.

Alabama - weather forecast

The weather remains warm and humid on both days of the weekend: highs in the mid to upper 60s and lows in the 50s.

Alabama - weather forecast

after rain

The active stretch ends Monday as a cold front passes through Alabama. This front brings some cold, dry air into the state on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Tuesday and Wednesday look a little cooler than “normal” by mid-February standards. We expect highs in the mid 50s on Tuesday and near 60 degrees on Wednesday. Morning lows drop into the low 30s on both days.

Overall, Valentine’s Day looks nice and dry with no real weather issues.

A stronger cold front with some arctic influence will hit next Friday and Saturday.

At this point, it’s a bit difficult to say how cold the weather will get next weekend. The core of Arctic air may still be quite far north due to the “extreme” cold weather in Alabama, but it looks like we’ll see a few nights in the 20s and days with temperatures in the 40s to at least the lower 50s.

Stay aware of the weather

To get the latest weather coverage for your area, click here. And stay up to date with alerts in the WVTM 13 app. Download it here.

For the latest Birmingham weather information and the most accurate forecasts approved for Central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 News.

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