The forecast is becoming more in-line with a steady flow of moisture from the southeast. This will be mainly in the form of clouds and very little rainfall, until the southern California storm system tracks into the region, with a surface low ahead of a Pacific cold front. These will converge together and wrap plenty of cold air behind it. We need to watch the development of thunderstorms early in the day ahead of this front through early afternoon. Then the set-up for winter weather across north central Alabama later in the evening. I’m not seeing a high confidence for severe weather but we need to watch-out for the exact position of this low. This set-up can change quickly, with the track of the low pressure system.
OVERNIGHT: Areas of fog & drizzle. Low: 53
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, warmer and more humid. Low: 53 High: 66
THURSDAY: Cloudy, chance showers. Low: 57 High: 68
FRIDAY: Cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms early. Low 58 High 62
SATURDAY: Partly sunny, cooler and breezy. Low: 38 High: 48
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and chilly. Low: 28 High: 45
MLK Jr. DAY: Sunny and chilly. Low: 26 High: 49