A blustery, wet Saturday night in Alabama

Windy tonight with rain and a few rolls of thunder



ANNUAL CANCER CHECKS. EXCLUSIVE LIVE DIRECTLY ON THE CHASE OF STORMS. SO YOU KNOW FIRST. THIS IS VICTIM 13 WHETHER IT’S A WET SATURDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT. THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT THE BIGGEST RAIN FOR THE IRON BOWL WILL BE HELD. BAD NEWS IT GETTING READY TO MOVE TO TUSCALOOSA CITY. IT IS WIDESPREAD LIGHT TO MODERATE RAIN FOR MANY OF US TILL LATE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT. YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THIS LIGHT RAIN THAT’S STARTING TO PULL INTO TUSCOLA LUCIE COUNTY NOW. GREEN HAIL, PICKENS COUNTY. ALL WILL GET BACK EAST IN THIS MORE CONTINUOUS, MODERATE RAINFALL. ONLY VERY, VERY LIGHT. RAIN SHOWERS NOW ACROSS THE BIRMINGHAM METRO, JUST ENOUGH TO WET THE STREETS, ENOUGH TO WET THE WINDSCREEN AND GET THE WIPER WIPER HERE. THIS SATURDAY NIGHT, BACK SOUTH, SOME STRONG THUNDERSTORMS ALONG THE GULF COAST. AND THIS AREA MUST BE WATCHED FOR STRONG POTENTIAL IN THE NEXT HOURS. THIS FURTHER, FURTHER NORTH, HERE IN CENTRAL ALABAMA, BUT IS NOT UNSTABLE ENOUGH TO GET ANY OF THIS DIFFICULT WEATHER. SO WE ARE ONLY TALKING ABOUT A CONTINUOUS RAIN, MAYBE SOME THUNDERCELLS FOR THE AREA SOUTH OF I-20 THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT TODAY. HERE WE GO WITH THIS LINE OF SHOWERS AND SOME THUNDERSTORMS ROLLING EAST OVER THE NEXT HOURS. SOME OF THE RAIN MODERATELY HEAVY FOR A TIME. HEAVY AS THE RAIN, BUT, OUR SOUTH REMAINS BETWEEN A HALF, MAYBE THREE-QUARTERS IN MOST PLACES WITH THOSE RAIN TOTALS, THE PASSING SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT TODAY NIGHT. BUT MOST OF THE RAIN WILL SEE BETTER WEATHER CONDITIONS DURING OUR SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH AFTERNOON AS YOU MOVE EAST. IN FACT I BELIEVE WE WILL SEE SOME SUNSHINE TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND OVERALL NOT A BAD SUNDAY AFTERNOON TO SPEND SOME TIME OUTDOORS. THE WINDS WILL BE GUSTY TODAY. RIGHT NOW COMING FROM THE SOUTHEAST AND BONEN MAYBE 30 TO 40 MPH OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. AND BECAUSE OF THIS, WIND WARNINGS APPLY. AS WE GO THROUGH THE NIGHT HOURS AND THE FIRST PART OF OUR SUNDAY, THE WINDS WILL CONTINUE TO SHIFT FROM THE SOUTHWEST DURING THE NIGHT HOURS, THEN AFTER SUNDAY WE WILL TRACK ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM THAT WILL MOVE IN MID-NEXT WEEK. NICE WEATHER OUTSIDE FOR MONDAY. TUESDAY LOOKS OK. THE FIRST PART OF THE DAY. CLOUDS BUT, INCREASING FOR THE AFTERNOON AND THROUGH TUESDAY, LATE AFTERNOON INTO THE EVENING, MORE SHOWERS, POSSIBLY A FEW THUNDERSTORMS. BACK TO FORECAST. THERE WILL BE A WET PATTERN LATE TUESDAY, TUESDAY NIGHT AND AT LEAST THE FIRST PART OF OUR WEDNESDAY. SOME POSSIBLE THUNDERSTORMS ALSO HAD TO BE WATCHED FOR THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME STRONG STORMS, POSSIBLY A MAJOR STORM WITH THIS PATTERN FOR MID NEXT WEEK. NO OTHER WORRIES OUTSIDE TONIGHT BUT THE RAIN. A few persistent showers into early morning. COOLER CLEARING SKIES COLDER MONDAY MORNING, A LITTLE COOLER TUESDAY MORNING TOO. AFTERNOON WARM UP. THOSE SHOWERS COMING LATER IN THE DAY, TUESDAY, A WET START UNTIL WEDNESDAY DURING THE MORNING HOURS, THEN BECOME DRYER AND COLDER FOR T

Windy tonight with rain and a few rolls of thunder

IMPACT DAY: A classic November storm system gathering west of Alabama is sending more rain and a few gales Saturday night. Check the video prediction for the latest. WET WEEKEND WEATHER Widespread moderate rain and some thunderstorms likely this evening and overnight. Some severe storms are possible, especially along the Gulf Coast. Total rainfall from this system from start to finish should be about ½ to 1 inch early Sunday morning. A wind warning is in effect tonight. Winds can reach up to 35-40 mph at times tonight. Winds turn from south-east to south-west after midnight. SUNDAY FORECAST Rain will gradually set in until early Sunday morning, mainly before sunrise. In the afternoon we will see some sun again. It remains breezy with temperatures high in the 60’s. All in all, not bad weather to spend some time outdoors! Seven Day Forecast Monday is looking pretty good with lots of sunshine in the forecast. Then dry and colder from Wednesday night to Thursday. The storm system sending rain and wind will roll over Sunday morning leaving us drier for most of the day. A Pacific (mild, dry) air mass will move in for Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Expect near “normal” weather for the start of the work week: highs in the 60s to low 70s, lows in the 40s. Wednesday brings the next chance of rain and thunderstorms, and some of them could be strong given the strength of the system drive them. The Storm Prediction Center already outlines the risk of severe storms in Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas for Tuesday. After that, milder weather can be expected until early December. A pattern change in the first week of December sends more arctic air south, bringing more cold weather onto the streets. After Saturday clouds and drizzle hang around Sunday. Monday and Tuesday are looking drier and very ‘normal’ for the end of November: highs in the 60’s, lows in the 40’s. – STAY WEATHER-AWARE and Central Alabama’s certified most accurate forecast, see WVTM 13 News.Current Weather ConditionsHourly Forecast | 10-Day ForecastInteractive RadarBirmingham SkycamsLive Doppler RadarSign up for email weather alertsDownload the WVTM 13 appDon’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

IMPACT DAY: A classic November storm system gathering west of Alabama is sending more rain and a few gales Saturday night. Check the video prediction for the latest.

WET WEEKEND WEATHER

Broad moderate rain and some thunderstorms are likely this evening and overnight. Some severe storms are possible, especially along the Gulf Coast. Total rainfall from this system from start to finish should be about ½ to 1 inch early Sunday morning.

A wind warning is in effect tonight. Winds can reach up to 35-40 mph at times tonight. After midnight, the wind turns from south-east to south-west.

SUNDAY FORECAST

Rain will gradually set in until early Sunday morning, mainly before sunrise. In the afternoon we will see some sun again. It remains breezy with temperatures high in the 60’s. Overall not bad weather to spend some time outdoors!

Seven Day Forecast

Monday is looking pretty good with lots of sunshine in the forecast. Warmer with cloud cover and another shot of heavier rains moving back into the area Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. Then drier and colder Wednesday evening into Thursday.

The storm system sending rain and wind will roll over Sunday morning leaving us drier for most of the day. A Pacific (mild, dry) air mass will move in for Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Expect near “normal” weather for the start of the work week: highs in the 60s to low 70s, lows in the 40s.

Wednesday brings the next chance of rain and thunderstorms and some of these could be strong given the strength of the system powering them. The Storm Prediction Center already outlines the risk of severe storms in Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas for Tuesday.

Alabama Weather Forecast

Expect milder weather thereafter until early December. A pattern change in the first week of December sends more arctic air south, allowing more cold weather to come down the Strait.

After Saturday clouds and drizzle hang on Sunday. Monday and Tuesday look drier and very ‘normal’ for the end of November: highs in the 60’s, lows in the 40’s.

7-day forecast with temperatures for Central Alabama

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