The Weather Authority: Expect a colder next week with largely dry conditions

The Weather Authority is predicting a colder week ahead with mostly dry weather expected.

Temperatures in Alabama will drop today as colder air moves in. The state will experience temperatures in the 40s, with lingering clouds. There is a chance of patchy light rain or drizzle later in the day.

The sky will clear up in South Alabama, and temperatures will reach the 50s this afternoon.

The upcoming week is expected to be mostly dry with typical temperatures. However, there is a possibility of light rain in North Alabama on Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning due to a disturbance.

High temperatures for the northern half of the state will mainly reach the 50s, while lows will hover around the 30s throughout the week. Conversely, South Alabama can expect slightly higher temperatures in the low 60s for most days.


According to global models, Saturday is expected to have dry weather, with a possibility of rain on Sunday, February 4th.

CPC guidance suggests a pattern change in the longer term, indicating that colder air will make its way back to the Deep South by mid-February. It is uncertain at this time how cold the temperatures will be or if there will be any potential for winter weather disruptions.

This afternoon, Alabama is experiencing a complete cold air advection regime, with a robust northwesterly flow prevailing across the state.

The Tennessee Valley continues to experience temperatures in the upper 30s, while other areas across the state are seeing temperatures in the 40s.

The temperatures are not expected to rise significantly, and it appears that most areas will experience near-freezing temperatures tonight.

The weather forecast for tomorrow indicates that there will be a significant increase in sunshine, with temperatures reaching the 50s.

There is a chance of rain on Tuesday night and early Wednesday, especially for Northeast Alabama.

A Gulf low is expected to impact Alabama next Sunday and Monday, bringing the potential for rain along the coast and a chance of light snow in South Central Alabama. However, it appears that any snow accumulations will not be a cause for concern.

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