MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Showers are working their way across the state tonight! We’re also watching for the development of fog overnight. Slick or foggy roads make for dangerous driving conditions, so be careful if driving in these dark hours!
More scattered showers are possible throughout the day Sunday, especially east. It is important to note that Sunday will not be a washout, however, so there is no need to cancel outdoor plans. Just keep an umbrella nearby!
Monday afternoon through sunset Wednesday is still looking dry and mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
Then, yet another cold front will push through Wednesday night into Christmas Eve morning.
That will likely bring a round of rain to the entire region. Thunder may be possible, but severe weather is not anticipated. While we can’t rule out a chance of rain lingering into the afternoon hours on Christmas Eve, the more likely solution is for things to dry out after lunchtime.
Following that cold front, models remain in good agreement on a very cold shot of air -- perhaps making a run at the coldest air this season!
We will see temps fall into the 40s during the day on Christmas Eve before bottoming out in the 20s by Christmas morning. It is still looking like one of the colder Christmases we’ve seen.