BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - The sky is clear Friday night with temperatures falling quickly. A north wind, clear sky, and dry air will mean chilly temperatures.
There is a First Alert for chilly air to settle in overnight. Tomorrow morning starts in the upper 30s and lower 40s. The best chance for frost will be across north Alabama where a frost advisory is in effect. At this time, we are not forecasting frost this far south but if models trend cooler then we will give you the First Alert.
The weekend looks perfect for enjoying the outdoors so take advantage of the nice weather. I totally recommend taking a drive to the Smoky Mountains because fall colors are peaking! If you do, take some pictures, and share your views through the WBRC First Alert Weather app.
If you are going to the Alabama football game, then expect temperatures in the 50s but 60s if you are going to the UAB football game.
We are monitoring a couple waves in the tropics, but the chance of formation is low for the wave over the Caribbean and moderate for the wave to the east of Bermuda over the next 5 days.