FIRST ALERT: Patchy frost Saturday morning, rain & a few storms possible Sunday
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Temperatures are tumbling quickly thanks to very dry and calmer conditions. There is a good chance we could see more patchy frost in the outlying areas Saturday morning, especially north and east. Temperatures will quickly rebound on Saturday, with afternoon highs in the 60s. The weather will remain dry during the day, with a mixture of clouds and sunshine. The clouds will continue to increase Saturday night, with a chance for scattered showers to the northwest after 7 p.m.
A FIRST ALERT FOR RAIN SUNDAY: The next big thing will be a chance of rain for Sunday. We will see a few showers to the northwest Saturday night, but a more steady rain will develop and slowly transition southeast through Sunday morning. I can’t rule out a rumble of thunder and some pockets of heavier rain; however, no severe weather is expected. We could receive over an inch of rain in some areas. The rain will push into southern areas by late afternoon and evening. It is going to feel cooler on Sunday, with highs in the 50s.
WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT WEEK: A very seasonal temperature trend continues next week, with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Temperatures at night will remain on the chilly side; however, we’ll remain well above freezing. We will have dry weather on Monday, with a few scattered showers on Tuesday. You can expect more dry weather on Wednesday, but expect showers to return late Thursday and continue into Friday. Be sure to download our free WBRC First Alert Weather app for alerts when rain approaches your location.
Have a wonderful weekend!
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