Forecast

  Enjoy the dry weather this week because next week looks more active

  FIRST ALERT: Another light freeze and frost for Monday morning then a big rise in temperatures

  FIRST ALERT: Threat of freezing temperatures and frost overnight

  FIRST ALERT: More widespread and heavy rainfall Tuesday

  FIRST ALERT: A big change in temperatures is coming, along with higher rain chances

Sunday Morning Weather

Continued Coverage

  FIRST ALERT: Expect thunderstorms on Tuesday

  FIRST ALERT: Showers Tuesday and cooler temperatures

  FIRST ALERT: Increasing clouds overnight, freezing in the morning, and very breezy for Sunday

  FIRST ALERT: Wind chills in the 20s, possibility of a few flurries to the far northeast

  FIRST ALERT: First Alert for cooler temperatures Sunday

  FIRST ALERT: Heavy rain and a few severe storms possible

  FIRST ALERT: Rain returns Saturday night

A First Alert for another frosty start tomorrow with lows in the upper 20s.

  Fog likely overnight

Rain Likely Through The Day.

  FIRST ALERT: Rainy weekend continues

The rain will slowly move east through the day as some slightly drier air moves into the state tonight.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain is arriving overnight and will impact Saturday AM

The chance for showers holds off until after 10 p.m. most places.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain chances climb for Saturday

  FIRST ALERT: Freezing temps and frost in the morning, warmer days ahead

  FIRST ALERT: Fog likely later tonight and overnight

  FIRST ALERT: Rain and storms likely tomorrow then a blast of very cold air

  FIRST ALERT: Tracking lots of rain and storms, plus a blast of much colder air for next week!

  FIRST ALERT: Bitter cold weather expected next week

  Thanksgiving is approaching! Find out what to expect in the holiday forecast

Meteorologist Wes Wyatt lets you know what to expect for all your Thanksgiving holiday plans!

  FIRST ALERT: Tracking a cold front that will bring a chance of showers Sunday evening

This will dominate the weather pattern through much of the weekend allowing highs to top 70-degrees in most locations.

  FIRST ALERT: Dry weekend with rain chances returning next week

If you have weekend plans, the weather looks fantastic. We can expect highs in the lower 70s both Saturday and Sunday with scattered afternoon clouds.

  Colder air settles in to start the work week

Get ready for some cold mornings as temperatures began to fall this week.

  FIRST ALERT: Sunday morning rain followed by cooler temperatures

Expect a clear sky Friday night with cool temperatures. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 40s.

  First Alert Weather: Tropical Storm Eta expected to impact South Florida tomorrow night and move over the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday

The main influence on today’s weather continues to be an area of high pressure which remains stationary along the East Coast and Central Appalachians.

  Mild temperatures with only spotty showers expected this weekend

Expect clouds to increase over the next few days, but the rain chances will hold off for much of the weekend.

  FIRST ALERT: New tropical depression forms and a freeze threat for Monday morning

The weather is going to be perfect for all of the trick-or-treaters planning to go out this evening.

  FIRST ALERT: Cold temperatures are expected for the next few mornings

A First Alert for temperatures in the lower to middle 40s tomorrow morning and even some upper 30s up north.

  FIRST ALERT: Low visibility, wet roads, and very chilly overnight; another tropical threat for next week

We are not expecting any significant cool down behind the front, and with lingering clouds highs will still be in the 75-80-degree range.

  FIRST ALERT: Possibility of rain and storms through the early morning hours

The greatest rain chance will arrive closer to midnight and continue through the early morning hours.

  Cool mornings and warmer afternoons in your work week forecast

It’s classic fall weather coming up in your work week forecast!

  FIRST ALERT: Chilly temperatures expected overnight

The sky is clear Friday night with temperatures falling quickly. A north wind, clear sky, and dry air will mean chilly temperatures.

  FIRST ALERT: Delta becomes a hurricane, expected to impact Gulf Coast

A First Alert for moderating temperatures and increasing humidity levels the rest of the week as Delta gets closer across the Gulf.

  FIRST ALERT: A Cat 2 Hurricane is forecast to hit the Gulf Coast by Friday

Another cool morning followed by a sunny Sunday afternoon.

  Expect the dry weather to continue

Early-morning lows along with afternoon highs remain several degrees below average for early October.

Saturday Morning Weather

A clear, cool beginning for the weekend.

  First Alert for sunshine and beautiful weather this weekend!

The forecast remains very quiet for Central Alabama as we head into the first full week of October.

Saturday Morning Weather

Cooler, drier air returns for the weekend.

  Sally makes landfall near Gulf Shores

The eye became better defined overnight and officially made landfall near Gulf Shores around 5 a.m. CT. The strongest winds and heaviest rainfall have been battering areas like Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.

  FIRST ALERT: Tropical Storm Sally is tracking into the Gulf

Alabama will remain on the wetter side of the system, so heavy rain and storms will be possible along coastal areas through early next week.

  Nice weather persists into Tuesday

Expect lots of sunshine the rest of today and temperatures climbing into the upper 80s and a few spots around 90 degrees.

  FIRST ALERT Sunday Morning Weather

A sunny, warm but dry weekend continues.

  FIRST ALERT: Fall-feel for Sunday morning; Less muggy weather continues through Labor Day

With dew points falling overnight lows will be cooler as well, with lows in the 63-66-degree range by sunrise Sunday morning.

  Saturday Morning Weather

A warm, dry Labor Day Weekend

  FIRST ALERT: Milder temperatures for Labor Day Weekend

The sky is mostly clear tonight with lows in the lower 60s.

  FIRST ALERT: Hot and muggy weekend with scattered storms

Thunderstorms will continue to impact areas west of I-65 and north of I-20 this evening.

  FIRST ALERT: Scattered storms expected Thursday afternoon

Rain chances increase late this afternoon and evening as outer rain bands from Laura move into our area.

  Watching how much Hurricane Marco and Tropical storm Laura impact the rain chances in your work week forecast

Wes Wyatt has you covered with your work week forecast as two storms in the Gulf move closer to the coast.

  FIRST ALERT: Tropical storm watches issued as Marco enters the southern Gulf of Mexico

Thunderstorms likely through this afternoon; a very active tropical picture this morning.

  FIRST ALERT: More storms Saturday PM and Laura’s track shifts west

Scattered showers and storms continue this evening across Alabama. Expect rain to end before midnight.

  Drier air and a chance for rain in your work week forecast

WBRC meteorologist Wes Wyatt is making sure you’re prepared for the work week weather!

  FIRST ALERT: Dry start Sunday, with scattered storms and showers possible in the afternoon

Another Hot-Humid Day With Afternoon Thunderstorms

  FIRST ALERT: Rain chances will be limited through the weekend

The forecast will remain mostly dry for the evening with overnight lows in the mid 70s.

  FIRST ALERT: Hot temperatures expected this weekend

Expect a partly cloudy sky Friday night with overnight lows in the mid 70s. Rain chances will be limited.

  FIRST ALERT: Scattered storms more likely over southeast areas tomorrow; Isaias expected to restrengthen into a hurricane

Hurricane Isaias threatens South Florida. Still A Chance for Afternoon Thunderstorms.

  FIRST ALERT: Scattered afternoon storms Saturday

This weekend looks like a decent weekend on the lake or at the beach, but there will be the possibility of a passing shower or storm so just pay attention to the sky.

  FIRST ALERT: Drier weather is on the way for the weekend

Expect low clouds and a few showers early Friday. Temperatures tomorrow will climb into the upper 80s generally and anyone that sees rain will see a drop in temperatures.

  FIRST ALERT: More scattered downpours and storms; Hurricane Hanna moves inland over south Texas

Very warm, moist air overspreads Alabama with increasing rain chances.

  FIRST ALERT: Rain returns Saturday afternoon

Rain takes a break tonight and overnight. Expect a mostly clear sky in the morning. Overnight lows will fall into the lower 70s.

  The heat wave continues along with some afternoon showers for your work week forecast

Get ready for more intense summer heat and increasing afternoon thunderstorms.

  FIRST ALERT: Heat waves continue, isolated storms possible in the afternoon and evening hours

Another hot, humid day with triple digit Heat Index Readings.

  FIRST ALERT: Extreme heat continues tomorrow

When you factor in the humidity and air temperatures, it could feel like it is between 105°F-107°F.

  FIRST ALERT: Scattered storms in the forecast Friday PM

A heat advisory remains in effect until 7 p.m. Friday for west Alabama.

  FIRST ALERT: Storms tomorrow and some of the hottest weather of the summer next week

Another hot afternoon with slightly lower humidity.

  FIRST ALERT: for 100+ feeling air through 7 p.m.

When you factor in the humidity, it could feel like it is between 101°F-106 degrees.

  Hot and humid with scattered storms for your work week forecast

WBRC meteorologist Wes Wyatt is giving you a look at what to expect in your work week forecast.

  FIRST ALERT: Very hot, humid, and hazy on Sunday, with fewer afternoon storms

Code Orange Air Quality Alert and Potentially Strong Storms Today

  FIRST ALERT: Code orange air quality alert Saturday for Jefferson and Shelby counties

The Jefferson County Department of Health has issued a code orange air quality alert for Saturday in Jefferson and Shelby counties.

  Stormy weather to start you work week

WBRC meteorologist Wes Wyatt is tracking scattered thunderstorms and showers to start you work week.

  FIRST ALERT: Scattered showers and thunderstorms more likely on Father’s Day

Hot and Humid with a Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Jefferson-Shelby counties.

  FIRST ALERT: Code orange for high ozone levels tomorrow

If you have any outdoor plans, the weather is looking dry, but hotter than normal, so stay cool and hydrated.

  Scattered storms and warm weather as we countdown to summer

We’re counting down this week to the official start of summer!

  Dry for most areas, with only isolated showers or stray storm possible on Sunday

We are starting the day with a mostly clear sky with temperatures mostly in the 60s. It is slightly warmer this morning, but overall it still feels great outside.

  FIRST ALERT: Sunny and warm weather will continue through the weekend

You probably noticed the lower humidity Friday with dew point temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s.

  One more day with showers and thunderstorms, then big improvements for the rest of the week

Most of the rain has dissipated this evening, but we still can’t rule out an additional shower or storm developing overnight.

  FIRST ALERT: Cristobal will bring gusty winds, chance of rain by early Monday

Cristobal is expected to make landfall in Louisiana tomorrow night so Alabama will remain on the wetter side of the system.

Sunday Morning Weather

A quiet weather pattern continues at home but a Tropical Depression has formed overnight.