FIRST ALERT: We are tracking a broken band of showers and areas of low clouds and mist. The showers will impact areas along and north of I-20 through 4 p.m. and end southeast by 6 p.m. Temperatures will reach the lower 70s this afternoon.
A cold front moves through Tuesday night and temperatures fall into the 50s. We’ll see a chance for widely scattered showers tonight into Wednesday. Temperatures rise into the middle and upper 50s on Wednesday afternoon. Cloud cover will remain abundant and we will be tracking another round of rain that is set to move in during the late afternoon hours. This rain looks steady and to persist through Thursday morning. Rainfall amounts will range from .30” to .50”. Clouds gradually exit by Thursday night and temperatures bounce back.
We will experience lows in the 40s starting on Thursday and highs in the 60s.
Sunshine returns in full force by Friday and the weather looks great for Veterans Day. Temperatures will be in the middle 60s for the parade and near 60 degrees for the fireworks. Conditions down in Auburn look good too and I would plan on temperatures in the middle 60s at kick off and a partly sunny sky. Showers might greet you though at the end of the 4th quarter.
A weak system brings clouds and a small rain chance on Sunday into Monday.
We will be watching the long range data closely because today it hinted at a first freeze around Nov. 23.
Tropical Storm Rina continues to track northeast across the central Atlantic. Keep up with the latest track and strength through the WBRC First Alert Weather app.
Tracking showers on WBRC FOX6 News at Noon.
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