We'll stay dry for a few hours today before another round of showers and thunderstorms arrives in the afternoon as a cold front slides across the region. Winds will also pick up by lunchtime to around 15-25mph with gusts of 30-35mph possible. A wind advisory is in effect until 7am Monday morning.
Temperatures will be close to 60 degrees by Sunday afternoon before the cold front arrives. We’ll start tracking scattered showers and few thunderstorms around lunchtime in west AL. Here is the timeframe for when you can expect the storms.
The severe threat is again low but a few storms may produce damaging winds and some hail, especially east of I-65. Another thing to note is that the ground is already saturated, so if any storms train over the same area with heavy rain, some flooding may occur.
Once the cooler air ushers in, a few flurries and snow showers are possible late tonight into Monday morning. Right now, ground temperatures look too warm and moisture looks too limited for any accumulations.
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