FIRST ALERT: Look for another sunny and warm day tomorrow
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - We have our next best chance of rain for Wednesday night and Thursday, and as far as I can tell at this point, we look to have clearing skies by the weekend. Looking out at our different cameras this evening we are seeing mostly clear skies. A ridge of high pressure remains dominant across our area for today and into tomorrow, so that should continue to suppress any chances of rain.
If you’re out and about this evening, the skies should remain clear, with light winds out of the north at about five miles per hour. AccuTrack radar should remain quiet for us this evening.
Looking at our next 24 hours, temperatures tomorrow morning in Birmingham will likely fall close to 47 degrees. Expect about 43 degrees in Anniston, 47 in Tuscaloosa, about the same in Cullman, Columbiana and Clanton. So, temperatures are going to be a little cool for the kids as they head back to school tomorrow morning, but by noon, our temperatures will be about 60 degrees, and around 65 degrees when you pick them up from school.
You can see clouds moving in by Tuesday, and our long range forecast models show showers entering the northwest corner of Alabama by 6:00 a.m. Our extended First Alert forecast shows highs in the 60s with the exception of Wednesday, and lows mostly in the 40s. Showers could linger going into Friday, but we are still expecting clearing skies again by the weekend.
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