Forecast

  FIRST ALERT: Unsettled weather pattern continues through next week

  Scattered showers and cooler weather for your work week

  FIRST ALERT: Scattered showers and storms likely on Sunday, also tracking a tropical depression in the Atlantic

Saturday Morning Weather

  FIRST ALERT: Patchy frost expected tonight

  FIRST ALERT: Rainy and windy Friday.

Continued Coverage

  First Alert: Dry for the remainder of the weekend but storms could impact northern areas on Monday

  Warmer weather is on the way for the weekend

  Another cool night ahead

  FIRST ALERT Weather: Mainly dry through tonight, with gusty winds continuing through Sunday

  FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY Sunday

  First Alert Weather Day: An increasing tornado threat across our area, tornado watch will be likely

  FIRST ALERT Weather Day: All types of severe weather appear likely on Sunday late afternoon and evening

We will see widespread, intense severe storms for our area.

  Quiet weather until Sunday, then we deal with severe storms

Please keep up with this evolving forecast.

  Great weather to end the week with!

We will see lots of sunshine early in the day and some clouds increasing from the west later in the day.

  Work week forecast includes possible severe weather Tuesday and cooler weather late in the week

We’ve been enjoying some nice spring weather over the last few days, but this week brings the possibility of severe weather Tuesday and temperatures in the low 40s later in the week.

  FIRST ALERT: Storms are possible late Saturday night

  FIRST ALERT: Cold start Sunday, rain chance climbs mid-morning

  First Alert: Rain returns later tonight, with higher rain chances for the first part of the day on Sunday

  FIRST ALERT: Showers overnight, mainly dry Saturday

  A dry start to the work week, but the rain is on it’s way

  FIRST ALERT: Dry for the remainder of the weekend but more rain and a chance of thunderstorms for next week

  FIRST ALERT: Patchy fog possible overnight but then becomes colder, with wind chills in the 30s.

The skies clear tonight, but the winds stay up, which will create a cooler feel.

  More rain and possible flooding in your work week forecast

Another big rain event is in store for your work week. Take precautions because flooding could be a concern.

  FIRST ALERT: Increasing flood threat for next week, strong to severe storms possible by late Tuesday

A chilly Saturday morning with afternoon sunshine.

  FIRST ALERT: Strong to severe storms possible next week

Another disturbance passes by tonight and will bring clouds and widely scattered showers with it.

  Cold weather and more rain in your work week forecast

Check out your work week forecast to learn how long the rain will stick around and when the temperatures will drop.

  Fog and a little more rain for your work week forecast

A foggy start to the workweek!

  FIRST ALERT: Possible passing shower for the Mercedes Marathon, cloudy Sunday, and a First Alert for heavier rain and storms Tuesday

A chilly, dry beginning for the weekend.

  FIRST ALERT: Expect another bitter cold night

Bundle up if you have dinner plans because the temperatures will drop off quickly and into the 30s.

  FIRST ALERT: Tornado Watch canceled, but another may be needed in areas to the east Thursday morning

There is a concern the storms may try to intensify again in areas to the far southeast Thursday morning, mainly after 4 a.m.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain moves in Thursday

Rain that moves in this evening could be steady with pockets of heavy rain.

  FIRST ALERT: Grab the coat because cold air is coming

Rain returns followed by colder air.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain chances continue through Wednesday, cold air returns next week

Most of the rain has been limited to southern areas this evening, but the chance for rain will continue across the entire area overnight.

  FIRST ALERT: Severe storms likely Saturday

We have issued a First Alert Weather Day for Saturday. Severe weather is likely including tornadoes and damaging winds.

  Cold temperatures to start the work week, possibility for storms by the weekend

As you prepare for next weekend, plan for a possibility of stormy weather.

  The New Year is here and so is your work week forecast

Get ready for colder weather and a new year with this weeks work week forecast.

  FIRST ALERT: Cold rain this weekend, higher temps by Christmas Day

The sky will remain clear through this evening, with another big drop in temperatures across our area.

  FIRST ALERT: Severe storms possible in parts of state Monday

A DREARY EVENING: It's turned out to be a very cloudy, cold, and damp Friday across the area, and this type of weather will be with us through tonight and tomorrow.

  Wet wintery weather for your work week forecast

Find out when to grab the coat and the umbrella.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain likely tomorrow

A batch of steadier and heavier rain builds in late morning and through the afternoon hours.

  FIRST ALERT: Patchy frost overnight, chance of rain late Tuesday

First Alert for the next chance of rain late Tuesday

  FIRST ALERT: More rain overnight and through Saturday

More rain is going to arrive tonight and overnight.

  Sunshine and mild weather in store for your workweek

Get ready for some fall weather this week.

  FIRST ALERT: Freezing temperatures again tonight

This rain comes to an end by 11 p.m. across our southeast counties.

  Find out what’s in store for your work week forecast

Be prepared to face the weather as you start another work week.

  FIRST ALERT Weather: Frost Advisory from 1 AM until 8 AM; freezing temperatures possible in some areas

Temperatures may drop to near or just below freezing for the northern areas of Central Alabama overnight

  FIRST ALERT: Freezing temperatures again overnight

Bundle up tonight with cold temperatures and a clear sky. Temperatures are dropping again tonight with overnight lows in the lower 30s.

  FIRST ALERT: Feeling much cooler for Sunday morning with lingering clouds; First Alert for rain and storms on Halloween

Chance for heavy rain, strong thunderstorms, possible tornadoes today.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain and storms return Saturday

We’ll continue to see the heaviest rainfall through Friday night west of I-65. Overnight lows will remain in the mid 60s. Expect low visibility during the overnight and early Saturday.

Rain to start the work week, but sunshine is on the way

It’s time to take a look at the work week forecast.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain on Saturday associated with Nestor and possible severe storms on Monday

Tropical Storm Nestor continues to race off to the northeast towards the Panhandle of Florida. Heavy rain and storms are lashing the coast of Florida and the threat for flooding is increasing.

  FIRST ALERT: You’ll likely need the umbrella today!

Showers could linger into the overnight hours and into Wednesday morning.

  Significant rain in store for your work week forecast

Prepare for your work week with the work week forecast.

  A rollercoaster ride of temperatures ahead

This evening looks pleasant for a walk and overnight lows will level off in the lower 60s.

  FIRST ALERT: A chance of rain and storms followed by a surge of much cooler air

A transition to a more Fall-like weather pattern is beginning.

  Lower temperatures and a chance for rain in the week ahead

Fall weather is finally here.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain chances climb for the weekend

After another day of record breaking temperatures, we are looking at lows tonight in the mid 60s.

  Miserable heat through Saturday

Record temperatures for the 8th day in a row!

  Cooler temperatures could be in store for your work week forecast

Wes Wyatt has your work week forecast.

  FIRST ALERT: Record-breaking temperatures tomorrow

If you have plans to be outside this evening, plan for very warm temperatures.

  Possible record setting heat for end of the week, weekend

Rain chances will remain limited through this evening, with mostly dry conditions overnight.

  Mostly dry weather expected this weekend

This weekend features low humidity! Morning temperatures will generally be in the 60s and afternoon highs in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees.

  Preparing for an Air Quality Alert and hot temperatures to start the work week

Cooler temperatures are expected later in the week.

  FIRST ALERT: Monitoring the tropics for possible development

We continue to monitor a tropical disturbance over the Bahamas that is becoming better organized.

  FIRST ALERT: Still hot for Sunday but feeling less humid, isolated storms and showers possible on Monday

Heat Advisory In Effect From 9 am - 9 pm; Strong Thunderstorms Possible

  FIRST ALERT: Heat Advisory for Saturday starting at 9 a.m.; Isolated storms possible in the afternoon

A Heat Advisory goes in effect between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Saturday.

  First Alert: Cooler temperatures expected overnight

Dorian is producing heavy rain, which is causing flash flooding, strong winds causing damage and power outages, storm surge causing coastal flooding and spawning tornadoes.

  First Alert: Dorian remains a threat tonight

Hurricane force winds extend 70 miles from the center and look to reach the Georgia and South Carolina coastline tonight into tomorrow.

  Dorian expected to finally move northwards on Tuesday

Dorian is expected to maintain as a Category 3 hurricane and gradually weaken to a Category 2 as it approaches North Carolina Thursday into Friday.

  Be prepared with your workweek forecast

Plan on some very hot afternoons for Labor Day through Wednesday.

  Wonderful weekend weather as Hurricane Dorian looms in the Atlantic

Locally, there will be no impact from Dorian. The Labor Day Weekend weather will remain dry.

  FIRST ALERT: Forecast track of Major Hurricane Dorian continues to change

The forecast track is for Dorian to make landfall during the morning/early afternoon hours on Tuesday in Florida.

  FIRST ALERT: Extreme heat, drought conditions impacting central Alabama

The chance for a stray shower or storm will gradually come to an end by early morning with lows tonight in the 70s.

  FIRST ALERT: Extreme heat expected Saturday

Expect overnight lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s. The sky will remain mostly clear.

  FIRST ALERT Weather Day for dangerous heat

Last time we saw an Excessive Heat Warning issued for Central Alabama was nearly seven years ago.

  FIRST ALERT: Dangerous heat levels likely Monday and Tuesday

A heat advisory has been issued for all of Central Alabama until 9 p.m. Tuesday evening due to the combination of high heat and humidity.

  FIRST ALERT: Heat and storm chances increasing

Storms that form over the next several days will have the potential to produce heavy rain, strong winds, frequent lightning, and possibly small hail.

  It will be a night to let in some fresh air!

A rare July cold front is moving on through. Sticky air is slowly leaving Central Alabama and by tomorrow morning it will feel amazing outside.

  FIRST ALERT: Barry will mean some weekend rainfall locally

Central Alabama will see locally heavy rainfall at times especially over the weekend.