It's football season and that means Fall weather. After holding onto a pretty significant heat wave, we're now tracking cooler air. This afternoon the cold front is just to our south and has triggered a few showers and storms in Clay, Talladega, and Coosa Counties. The cooler air is quickly moving in behind the front. You will begin to feel the impact later tonight with temperatures falling into the lower 70s by 9pm. We will likely see temperatures in the upper 50s Wednesday morning.
These are the forecast temperatures for early tomorrow morning.
Wednesday afternoon temperatures will reach the mid 80s with mostly sunny skies.
Brace for even colder temperatures by Thursday morning with most locations in the mid 50s. Temperatures may fall into the upper 40s by Thursday morning in the Tennessee Valley. A secondary cold front will take hold by Friday and Saturday with morning lows ranging from the upper 40s to lower 50s.
The forecast will remain about the same Friday afternoon and through the upcoming weekend. There is no rain expected Saturday and Sunday with upper 70s and lower 80s. This forecast pattern is likely to remain the same through early next week.
Have a great evening!
WBRC First Alert Chief Meteorologist