MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - After days of above average temperatures, we are going to end this year on a quiet and typically cold note.
Expect a bright, sunny New Year’s Eve. Afternoon highs climb to either side of 60°, and that’s right on par with what is considered “normal” by end of December standards.
Once the sun sets tomorrow night, temperatures will drop quickly. Under a clear sky, we’ll dip into the upper 30s by midnight. No rain, no snow, no ice, and only a light breeze - so no major problems, just a chill in the air.
Our next chance for rain arrives by Wednesday night/Thursday and sticks around through late Friday. This system lacks warm, muggy air - so we don’t expect severe weather or big thunderstorm problems. Colder air returns for the weekend.