Wednesday, April 5, 2023


 The front is going to stall out with us on the cold side of it. 

Tomorrow we'll have plenty of rounds of showers with a High near 70. Will have to watch for issues with flash flooding, at least in Northwest Alabama up into Tennessee counties. 

Then Friday and Saturday, staying overcast with several rounds of rain showers likely throughout these days and even the night hours too, Highs about 60, Lows near 50.

Easter Sunday, looks like partly to mostly sunny skies, the High in the lower-to-mid-60's and the morning Low in the upper 40's.

The nights will stay cool with the Lows in upper 40's or near 50, but we'll begin a gradual warming trend next week, plenty of sunshine, reaching the upper 70's for the High by Tuesday. 

There are no more signs of severe weather any time soon around here, even though of course we remain in our primary severe weather season, severe season really isn't over until the end of May. For now we get a break. And it looks like the whole country does. So best wishes to people doing the storm surveys and helping clean things up and try to put things back together. 

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