FIRST ALERT for a cold front to bring a few showers and weakening storms with it by morning

Updated: 1 hour ago

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Patchy drizzle or a shower can’t be ruled out overnight but overall, our weather is quiet than compared to say Missouri, Arkansas, and Illinois where there are numerous severe, and tornado warned storms happening. That same system is moving our way for tomorrow but will be significantly weaker when it arrives here. The cold front associated with this storm system won’t produce a lot of rain across our area. The bulk of the energy and stormy weather will stay well to our northeast in parts of the Carolinas and Mid-Atlantic. Severe storms look unlikely for us tomorrow. Plan for a mostly cloudy sky with highs in the mid to upper 70s with a 40% chance for scattered showers and maybe isolated storms. Spotty development is possible by sunrise and then we will see the scattered activity move across the state during the late morning hours and early afternoon hours from west to east. It’ll become a little breezy Monday afternoon with westerly winds blowing at 10-15 mph.

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Updated: 1 hour ago
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Patchy drizzle or a shower can’t be ruled out overnight but overall, our weather is quiet than compared to say Missouri, Arkansas, and Illinois where there are numerous severe, and tornado warned storms happening. That same system is moving our way for tomorrow but will be significantly weaker when it arrives here. The cold front associated with this storm system won’t produce a lot of rain across our area. The bulk of the energy and stormy weather will stay well to our northeast in parts of the Carolinas and Mid-Atlantic. Severe storms look unlikely for us tomorrow. Plan for a mostly cloudy sky with highs in the mid to upper 70s with a 40% chance for scattered showers and maybe isolated storms. Spotty development is possible by sunrise and then we will see the scattered activity move across the state during the late morning hours and early afternoon hours from west to east. It’ll become a little breezy Monday afternoon with westerly winds blowing at 10-15 mph.

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