MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - As advertised, breezy, wet and chilly weather has blasted into Alabama; we’ll deal with a stiff north breeze, temperatures in the upper 30s and leftover scattered showers through early Wednesday morning. By mid-morning, the rain will be gone and skies will slowly begin to clear; sunshine will warm us into the mid 50s Wednesday afternoon.
Dry, mainly clear weather continues Wednesday night and most of Thursday. Then, Thursday evening, a front lifts north out of the Gulf, spreading more clouds and some scattered rain back into the state Thursday night, Friday and Friday night. We don’t expect an all-day soaking, nor do we expect any thunderstorms.
The rain will taper off early Saturday morning, leaving us sunny, dry and relatively warm for Saturday afternoon. That’s great news for Christmas on the Coosa, A Downtown Christmas in Alex City, Brantley’s Christmas celebrations and all of the other Christmas-themed events happening Saturday and Sunday.
Yet another cold front approaches on Monday, this one will bring another round of showers and storms, followed by another shot of cold air on Tuesday.
The roller coaster ride continues...