BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - We had quite a few hail producers Monday as storms impacted central and east Alabama. The storms have shifted to the east, however colder air aloft will keep the weather a bit unsettled through tomorrow. Lows tonight will be in the 40s with a partly to mostly cloudy sky and a chilly north wind.
On Tuesday we will have a mixture of clouds and sunshine with a chance for a few scattered showers, mainly east of I-65. The sky should clear out quickly tomorrow night with a big drop in temperatures. I would plan for some of the coldest weather of the week early on Wednesday with lows in the upper 30s and 40s. The good news is that after a cold start on Wednesday, we will enjoy a sunny sky, with highs back in the upper 60s.
THE REST OF THE WEEK AND LONG RANGE: Dry weather will continue on Thursday and Friday, with high temperatures rebounding into the 70s. We will be tracking another front that will enter the area late Saturday and this will bring a chance of rain and storms. The chance of wet weather could linger into the morning hours on Sunday and we may catch a break before another round of rain develops next week. Longer range guidance suggests a trailing upper level low could bring a cloudy, windy, and rainy setup early next week.
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