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Sunny end to February

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A great deal of sunshine is in the forecast today. Highs top out in the mid to upper 50s, which is about 5-7° below average.

Clouds enter the picture tomorrow afternoon as energy dives south from Canada. This energy will bring a chance of a few flurries in northern Alabama and Georgia Friday night/Saturday. Locally, we'll be a tad too warm and dry to forecast that. Instead, we'll see a few areas of drizzle Saturday afternoon with forecast highs in the mid to upper 40s.

The cooler weather, upper 40s, lingers into Sunday before we begin a modest warming trend next week.

Speaking of next week, another low pressure system will attempt to bring us a chance of rain late Tuesday. We're not forecasting that much rain, as of now, with half an inch to an inch expected.

 

THURSDAY:  Mostly sunny and cooler. High: 57

Thursday Night: Mostly clear. Lows near 33.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny and cool. High: 54

Friday Night: Mostly clear and cold. Lows near 32

SATURDAY:  Partly to mostly cloudy and cold. High: 49

Saturday Night: Mostly clear and cold. Lows near 32

SUNDAY:  Partly cloudy. High: 50

Sunday Night: Mostly clear. Lows near 29

MONDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 58

Monday night: Mostly clear. Low: 40

TUESDAY:  Mostly cloudy late. Chance of rain afternoon Noon.  High: 64

Tuesday Night: Mostly cloudy with a few drops of rain possible. Lows dip only to 45.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 60.

Wednesday Night: Mostly clear with lows near 42.

David Reese

David joined the First Alert Weather Team in October 2010 and can be seen Monday through Friday on News 3 This Morning and News 3 Midday. More>>

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