Today (Tuesday 11/20/07): It will be a beautiful sunny day and the high will be in the mid 70’s.
Tomorrow (Wednesday 11/21/07): Southerly winds will be increasing ahead of a storm system that will move over Alabama during the overnight hours tomorrow night. The Storm Prediction Center has North Alabama under a slight risk for severe weather.
Thanksgiving (Thursday 11/22/07): Thanksgiving will be blustery with cloudy skies in the morning and temperatures will be falling during the day into the 40’s.
Friday 11/23/07: A cold morning with temperatures near freezing will give way to sunny skies and a high in the 50’s.
Saturday 11/24/07: A cool, cloudy and rainy day. Temperatures will be in the 40’s. This will probably be an overrunning event which means that we will potentially have a much needed long, steady rain much of the day. Do not be surprised if the rain begins with a few sleet pellets before the temperature rises.
Sunday 11/25/07: Models are showing a negative tilted trough approaches us from the west and a warm front approaches from the south. I will monitor this for a potential severe weather outbreak. It is a little too early to worry about it now.
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