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First Alert for breezy conditions Thursday

October 1, 2020 at 6:08 AM

Matt Daniel

Meteorologist

Matt Daniel

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Happy Thursday! It is another quiet and cool start for this first day of October! You might need a light jacket this morning as temperatures have dropped into the low to mid 50s. First Alert AccuTrack Radar and Satellite is showing a clear sky across the a good bit of the Southeast this morning. We are watching a weak cold front to our north that will move into our area later today. It will provide us breezy conditions this afternoon with northwest winds at 10-15 mph. It is possible we could see wind gusts up to 20-25 mph between 12-7 p.m. We will continue to see plenty of blue sky and sunshine today with highs climbing into the upper 70s.

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