We are tracking our next rain maker that's producing all types of precipitation across the Four Corners region. This moisture will continue spreading eastward across the Midwest.
Sunshine and cooler than normal temperatures are expected the rest of Friday with highs near 50°.
The weather will be cool for those taking part in the Polar Plunge or The Chocolate 5k.
Clouds will be on the increase tomorrow and temperatures will be right around normal with a high near 55°.
Rain arrives on Sunday afternoon and may fall heavy at times on Sunday night.
The cold front passes by late Sunday night and the threat for wrap around moisture changing over to snow in a cooling atmosphere is low because the atmosphere will also be drying out rapidly from top to bottom. By the time the colder air arrives, there will be no moisture nor lift in the zone where snowflakes form, despite little blips of pink or white you see on the model image below across northern Alabama.
Monday is not going to be a mild day as gusty winds set in from the northwest and cold air filters in. Clouds will at least clear out but feels like temperatures will be rough. Feeling in the 20s to start and 30s during the afternoon hours.
All and all it looks like January ends fairly normal and February starts off below normal!
Have a great weekend,
Jill Gilardi Fox 6 Meteorologist