- Sunshine finally returns
- Big time rain maker early next week
- Trending colder to open December
Sunshine Slowly Returns…We’ve been socked in with clouds, chilly conditions, and overall gloomy weather for the past several days. Thankfully, sunshine will eventually return this weekend. Today has started with overcast skies, but slow improvements should provide an increasingly sunny sky as the day wears on. Seasonable temperatures can be expected today.
The second half of the weekend will feature more in the way of sunshine, but our next storm system will be awaiting on deck by this point. Southwest winds will turn increasingly breezy by the PM and clouds will quickly increase yet again. Those clouds will yield rain as early as the wee morning hours Monday (well before sunrise). Periods of heavy rain can be expected Monday and even a thunderstorm by afternoon/ evening.
Most of the heavy rain will fall Monday, but we’ll maintain mention of showers in our forecast Tuesday and Wednesday. A second wave of low pressure will develop along a pressing front the middle of next week and spread moisture northeast. The “leader” storm system is much easier to forecast than the “follower” in this scenario. The details are muddy at this point concerning the extent of how far west precipitation can make it. Know that we’re keeping a close eye on things. For the sake of this particular forecast, we’ll include mention of rain showers mixing with snow showers as colder air moves in Thursday. Stay tuned.
The end of the week will feature a colder trend as we usher in December.
One final item on the agenda this morning- with this being Iron Bowl Saturday, we can’t leave you without wishing you an energetic WAR EAGLE!
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Trace
- Rainfall: 1.25-1.75 (locally heavier totals)