Next round of rain this weekend, February will soon get colder

Next round of rain this weekend, February will soon get colder

The weather in Alabama looks better and better during the middle of the week, with cool nights and mild sunny days. The next heavy rain will begin early Friday. Check our video forecast for the latest. Some sunshine during midweek Weekend precipitation was impressive around central Alabama: 2.43 inches in Coker 2.38 inches in Union Grove (Chilton County) 2.12 inches in Chelsea 2.02 inches in Bessemer 1.89 inches in Jasper 1.13 inches in Oneonta 0.92 inches At Coleman 0.60 inch in Gadsden, we’re looking at some mild sunny days and cool, clear nights during the middle of the week. Temperatures will drop into the 30s and 40s early Tuesday morning, and some scattered frosts are possible in normally cold areas. It gets milder in the afternoon, with highs near 60 degrees in most of north and central Alabama. Wednesday and Thursday look prettier, with more sunshine than clouds. Expect cool, dry mornings and balmy afternoons in the mid 60s. Clouds are thickening by Thursday evening as a turbulent weather pattern sets up several days of gray, rainy weather across much of the state. Wet Weekend Weather This unstable, turbulent and active weather pattern begins with a strong jet stream over the southern states on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and into the first part of next week. Scattered light rain will begin early Friday morning, and these annoying rain showers will continue throughout. day and night. Friday will be mild and humid, with low to average temperatures in the 60s. Heavy rain will fall on Saturday, and may be accompanied by a complete washout for one day. Persistent heavy rains and harsh southerly breezes will make outdoor activities difficult, if not impossible. Rainfall totals Friday through Saturday are about 1 to 2 inches. Scattered showers will continue under cloudy skies on Sunday, and heavy rain is possible at times, especially south of Interstate 20, through Sunday night. Both days of the weekend feature humid and mild days in the 60s. More rain next week The active weather pattern continues into Monday and Tuesday. We could add another 1 to 2 inches of rain by Tuesday night for a grand total of 2 to 3 inches on average (about 4 plus) by Tuesday night. Where is winter located? That brutal January polar raid dropped Birmingham’s average temperature by 13 degrees. Lower than normal from January 13 to 21. Since then winter has disappeared. Will he come back? We expect a return to cooler than normal weather around mid-February. The shift may be slow, but the same kind of pattern that pushed bitterly cold air and wintry weather south last month will develop again after Valentine’s Day. How cold is it? This is still up for debate, but a few more rounds of Arctic air could see temperatures dip into the low 10s and high 30s a few more times from mid-February through early March. Can you expect snow? It’s not unlikely. We’ve had some heavy snow recently in Alabama in late February and early March, so we’ll be watching for that with that type of pattern. Stay informed about the weather For 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 looks better and better during the middle of the week, with cool nights and mild sunny days. The next heavy rain will begin early Friday. Check our video forecast for the latest.

Some sunshine during the middle of the week

This weekend’s precipitation was impressive around central Alabama:

  • 2.43 inches in cocker
  • 2.38 inches in Union Grove (Chilton County)
  • 2.12 inches in Chelsea
  • 2.02 inches in Bessemer
  • 1.89 inch jasper
  • 1.13 inches in Oneonta
  • 0.92 inch in Coleman
  • 0.60 inch at Gadsden

We’re looking forward to some mild sunny days and cool, clear nights during the middle of the week.

Temperatures will drop into the 30s and 40s early Tuesday morning, and some scattered frosts are possible in normally cold areas. The weather becomes milder in the afternoon, with high temperatures reaching near 60 degrees in most of north and central Alabama.

Wednesday and Thursday look nicer, with more sunshine than clouds. Expect cool, dry mornings and balmy afternoons in the mid 60s.

Clouds are thickening by Thursday evening as a turbulent weather pattern brings several days of gray, rainy weather to much of the state.

Wet weekend weather

An active, unstable and turbulent weather pattern begins with a strong jet stream over the southern states on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and into the first part of next week.

Alabama - Weather Forecast - Jet Stream

Light and scattered rain will begin early Friday morning, and these pesky rain showers will continue throughout the day and into the night. Friday will be mild and humid, with low to average temperatures in the 60s.

Heavy rain will fall on Saturday, which could lead to a complete washout for one day. Persistent heavy rains and harsh southerly breezes will make outdoor activities difficult, if not impossible. Rainfall totals Friday through Saturday are about 1 to 2 inches.

Alabama - weather forecast

Scattered showers will continue under overcast skies on Sunday, and heavy rain is possible at times, especially south of Interstate 20 through Sunday night.

Both days of the weekend feature humid and mild days in the 60s.

More rain next week

The active weather pattern continues until Monday and Tuesday.

We could add another 1 to 2 inches of rain by Tuesday night for a grand total of 2 to 3 inches on average (about 4 plus) by Tuesday night.

Alabama - weather forecast

Where is winter?

January’s Arctic blitz dropped Birmingham’s average temperature 13 degrees below normal from January 13 to 21.

Since then winter has disappeared.

Will he come back?

We expect a return to colder than normal weather around mid-February. The shift may be slow, but the same kind of pattern that pushed bitterly cold air and wintry weather south last month will develop again after Valentine’s Day.

Alabama - weather forecast

How cold will it get? This is still up for debate, but a few more rounds of Arctic air could see temperatures dip into the 10s Celsius for lows and into the 30s Celsius for highs a few more times from mid-February through early March.

Are you expecting snow?

It is not unlikely. We’ve had some heavy snow recently in Alabama in late February and early March, so we’ll be watching for that with that type of pattern.

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.

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, XAnd Twitter and Instagram previously.

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