Another morning of sub-freezing readings, with widespread frost. Plenty of sunshine will allow us to warm to 60 and slightly above, with calm winds. A warmer forecast coming up for the weekend, with humidity and a set-up for storms early Sunday morning.
Central Alabama-Late Saturday…Watching along I-85 and south into Phenix City first…Possibly into local DMA …All of East Central Alabama through West Central Georgia by sunrise Monday morning.
WHAT I EXPECT:
Multicellular storms may produce hail, strong winds, brief tornadoes, and/or flooding. A squall line is a group of storms arranged in a line, often accompanied by “squalls” of high wind and heavy rain. You hear us describe this as a QLCS.
This right now is not looking as potent as last Sunday’s but we will have a bit more CAPE or energy from upper 70s to near 80, possibly Saturday, which gives this next set-up enough to warrant severe weather.