Temperatures approaching 100, heat index approaching 110, isolated storms

Temperatures approaching 100, heat index approaching 110, isolated storms

The excessive heat warning and heat warning will continue until Friday. Expect another dangerously hot day in August with the possibility of some scattered afternoon thunderstorms. Check our video forecast for the latest. Extremely Hot Friday An excessive heat warning is in effect for Jefferson, Tuscaloosa, Coleman, Walker, Bibb, Winston, Marion, Fayette, Lamar, Pickens, Greene, Hill and Sumter counties on Friday. A heat warning covers the rest of central Alabama, including the Anniston-Gadsden area. Friday starts out in the 70s with clear skies and temperatures rise into the upper 90s again. The excessive heat warning is for areas where the apparent temperature (heat index) is approaching or exceeding 110 degrees on Friday. There is a chance of a storm or two from around 2pm to 9pm on Friday, so some high school games may get some rainy fun before or during the first half. The intense heat continues throughout the matches, with it feeling like the 90s even during halftime. Weekend Weather Impact: Heat and Storms Both Saturday and Sunday look very hot. It will be dangerously hot, with temperatures rising to nearly 100 degrees and a heat index of 102 to 110 degrees. There is also a chance of some scattered, potentially strong summer thunderstorms this weekend. It is hot and there are no storms. Whether you get rain or stay dry, approaching storms will help slowly bring the heat down a little each day through Monday. This is their job: taking hot air near the ground, then raising it, cooling it and sending it back down to the ground. Surface. As this rain-cooled air spreads, it helps us all escape the heat. Be aware of the threats these storms can bring: gusting winds over 40 mph, blinding torrential rain, intense and frequent lightning, remember to stay inside at any time. Lightning within 10 miles of your location. Many Alabamians were struck by lightning this summer; Don’t be next. EXPLOSIVE HEAT WAVE If Birmingham fails to reach 100 degrees by Sunday, it will be one of the strangest heat waves in modern history. There was potential for surface temperatures in the 100s for several days, but factors like torrential rain in early August (and the lush green vegetation it created), dense fog and easterly winds prevented us from reaching that mark in the city. Thunderstorms increase ahead of a cold front on Monday and Tuesday, and this front heralds a milder air mass in late August. Instead of the upper 90s and heat indexes above 105 degrees, we expect highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s, overnight lows in the 60s, and lower humidity toward Wednesday and Thursday of next week. Don’t call it “coolness.” ‘ This may not accurately describe the weather, but it certainly looks less sweaty next week. TROPICAL UPDATE Tropical Storm Franklin passed north of the Dominican Republic on Thursday, and is heading toward open waters where it could develop into a hurricane north of the Bahamas. at the end of this week. This storm does not pose a direct threat to the United States, but there is a small chance that it will hit Bermuda by Monday night. The next item to watch for the South comes from Central America. The disturbance that originated over the Pacific Ocean over El Salvador, Guatemala and Belize is moving into the western Caribbean Sea this weekend, and the National Hurricane Center rates it with a 70% chance of becoming a tropical depression or tropical storm by the first of next week. A cold front (and the associated jet stream energy) could interfere with the advance of this system and tear it apart before it can build into something strong; However, some guidelines give them ample opportunity to be wary of them in Central and South Florida. It doesn’t sound like a coastal problem in Alabama or Northwest Florida. Click to see 7-day weather forecast For the latest Birmingham weather information and the most accurate forecasts approved for Central Alabama, watch WVTM News 13. Current Weather Conditions Hourly Forecast | 10 Day Forecast Interactive Radar Birmingham Skycams Live Doppler Radar Sign up for email weather alerts Download the WVTM 13 App Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The excessive heat warning and heat warning will continue until Friday. Expect another dangerously hot day in August with the possibility of some scattered afternoon thunderstorms. Check our video forecast for the latest.

Blazing hot Friday

An excessive heat warning is in effect for Jefferson, Tuscaloosa, Coleman, Walker, Bibb, Winston, Marion, Fayette, Lamar, Pickens, Greene, Hale and Sumter counties on Friday. The heat report covers the rest of central Alabama, including the Anniston-Gadsden area.


Friday starts out in the 70s with clear skies and warms to the upper 90s again. The excessive heat warning is for areas where the apparent temperature (heat index) approaches 110 degrees or higher on Friday.

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There is a chance of a storm or two from around 2pm to 9pm on Friday, so some high school games may get some rain before or during the first half. The extreme heat continues throughout the matches, with it feeling like the 90s even during halftime.

Weather impact on the weekend: heat and storms

Both Saturday and Sunday look very hot. It will be dangerously hot, with temperatures rising to nearly 100 degrees and a heat index of 102 to 110 degrees. There is also a chance of some scattered and potentially strong summer thunderstorms this weekend.

It is very hot apart from any storms. Whether you get rain or stay dry, approaching storms will help the temperature slowly cool down a little each day through Monday.

That’s their job: take hot air near the ground, lift it up, cool it, and then send it back to the surface. As this rain-cooled air spreads, it helps us all shed the heat.

Be alert for the threats these storms can bring:

  • Gusty winds exceeding 40 mph
  • Blinding heavy rain
  • Severe and frequent lightning

Remember to stay inside any time lightning is within 10 miles of your location. Many Alabamians were struck by lightning this summer; Don’t be next

Break the heat wave

If Birmingham fails to reach 100 degrees by Sunday, it will be one of the strangest heat waves in modern history. There was potential for surface temperatures in the 100s for several days, but factors like torrential rain in early August (and the lush green vegetation it created), dense fog and easterly winds prevented us from reaching that mark in the city.

Thunderstorms increase ahead of a cold front on Monday and Tuesday, and this front heralds a milder air mass in late August. Instead of the upper 90s and heat indexes above 105 degrees, we expect highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s, overnight lows in the 60s, and lower humidity toward Wednesday and Thursday of next week.

Don’t call it “cooling off.” This may not accurately describe the weather, but it certainly looks less sweaty next week.

Tropical update

Tropical Storm Franklin passed north of the Dominican Republic on Thursday, and is headed toward open waters where it could develop into a hurricane north of the Bahamas this weekend. This storm does not pose a direct threat to the United States, but there is a small chance that it will hit Bermuda by Monday night.

The next item to watch for the South comes from Central America. The disturbance that originated over the Pacific Ocean over El Salvador, Guatemala and Belize is moving into the western Caribbean Sea this weekend, and the National Hurricane Center rates it with a 70% chance of becoming a tropical depression or tropical storm by the first of next week.

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A cold front (and the associated jet stream energy) could interfere with the advance of this system and tear it apart before it can build into something strong; However, some guidelines give them enough opportunity to be wary of them in Central and South Florida. It doesn’t sound like a coastal problem in Alabama or Northwest Florida.

Click to see 7 day forecast

Stay aware of the weather

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