MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A cold front has moved through our state and we are reaping the benefits from it! Cooler, clear and comfortable weather will stick around for several days.
Tonight is not a “one size fits all” forecast. Those in our northern and western counties are already in the low 40s by 11pm, while areas in the Wiregrass are still in the 60s. As a general overnight low, expect many to reach the low 40s.
Temperatures Monday afternoon won’t warm up past the 60s. Sunshine will dominate!
A reinforcing shot of cool air on Tuesday will guarantee the lovely fall weather sticks around through most of the workweek. Highs will be in the 60s under sunny skies through at least Thursday. Lows will be chilly in the 40s, and the 30s are likely for some!
Tropical Update: Hurricane Iota will continue to rapidly strengthen as it heads west towards Central America. It is forecast to strengthen into major category 4 hurricane before making impacting Nicaragua and Honduras - unfortunately, the same areas that were devastated by Hurricane Eta just a bit ago.