After fairly widespread light to moderate showers Saturday evening, we’ll have a brief dry break overnight into early Sunday morning. A few spotty light showers are possible for Easter sunrise services but I think, for the most part, we’ll be mostly dry. Morning temperatures will be mild under the cloudy skies, in the mid 50s.
The better chance for showers and thunderstorms arrives late Easter morning into the afternoon along a cold front. A few storms are possible but we are not anticipating any severe weather. Some small hail and 40-50mph winds will be the worst case scenario. Highs Sunday will be in the mid to upper 60s. Here is a timeline for when you can expect the showers to arrive in your location.
We'll quickly dry out from west to east starting Sunday afternoon and likely be dry by evening…Some sunshine may even return for some by sunset, especially in NW Alabama.
If the winds die down, we could see some fog Monday morning. Right now though, it looks like the winds (around 5-10 mph) will keep that at bay. We'll stay warm on Monday before another cold front arrive Monday evening bringing another (hopefully the last) shot of cool temperatures. A frost of freeze will be possible Wednesday morning. More rain is possible again by Thursday and Friday with warmer weather returning as we end the week
WAFF 48 Storm Team
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