Monday, October 2, 2023

Staying Sunny and Mild Overall, Big Cooldown Coming This Weekend

Tuesday (High 85, Low 57): Sunny. 

Wednesday (High 84, Low 59): Mostly sunny. 

Thursday (High 82, Low 60): Partly cloudy.

Friday (High 80, Low 61): Partly cloudy with a 20% chance of a shower.

Saturday (High 69, Low 50): Mostly sunny.

Sunday (High 66, Low 44): Sunny.

Columbus Day (High 70, Low 45): Sunny.

Martes (Máxima 85, Mínima 57): Soleado.

Miércoles (Máxima 84, Mínima 59): Mayormente soleado.

Jueves (Máxima 82, Mínima 60): Parcialmente nublado.

Viernes (Máxima 80, Mínima 61): Parcialmente nublado con un 20% de probabilidad de lluvia.

Sábado (Máxima 69, Mínima 50): Mayormente soleado. 

Domingo (Máxima 66, Mínima 44): Soleado. 

Dia de la Raza (Máxima 70, Mínima 45): Soleado.

It was a mostly sunny day in Cullman with a High of 86 and a Low of 59. 

The National Weather Service in Birmingham is doing SKYWARN classes in advance of November, which is often a secondary peak in our severe weather around here. They are having Open House mid-month. The National Weather Service in Nashville is also holding Weather101 classes, as they often also do in the Spring. 

The weather is quiet around here for now and is likely to stay that way for a while. But there will be some changes coming up, so it's worth looking at. Right now we have the center of our high pressure system working its way up into the Mid-Atlantic and New England states. While a front is crossing over the Rocky Mountains and moving on East slowly. 

Tomorrow should feature sunny skies again and a High in the mid-80's, about 85 or 86. The Low tonight about 57 or 58. 

Then the front continues to track eastward on Wednesday. It'll still be far enough away that our skies stay mostly sunny, High closer to 84 probably, Low more toward 59 or 60. 

We'll see an increase in clouds as the trough/front gets closer on Thursday, High in the lower 80's and Low of about 60 or so. 

It looks like it'll be Thursday night and Friday before we have any significant chance of rain again, and even then, the chance is only 20%, so about a 1-in-5 shot for any one spot getting wet around here. High near 80, Low near 60 again. 

Then on Saturday it looks like we clear out rapidly behind this front, and it will also bring us our first really good shot of Fall temperatures. Expecting a High in the upper 60's and a Low down near 50. 

Then for Sunday sunny skies again and with the dry air, might start the day even in the lower 40's, but at least will get down to mid-40's, and then only warm up to about the mid-60's or so. 

And then for Monday, which is Columbus Day, we'll have sunny skies and a High only rebounding to about 70, Low still in the mid-40's. 

We do have Tropical Storm Philippe out there in the Atlantic, expected to remain at tropical storm strength as it moves northward through this next weekend. Barbuda and Antigua are expected to experience tropical storm conditions from this. Anywhere in the Leeward and Windward islands could see some impacts though, mainly heavy rain/scattered flash flooding between Barbuda and Dominica over the next couple of days. 

Rainfall around here should remain light and spotty. Those of us who get any rain will probably see it this Thursday night or during the day Friday. 

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