MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A busy day and night of supercells, tornadoes and hail unfolded Wednesday across the state. In all, there were more than 150 severe weather reports across the Southeast. Now, National Weather Service teams are surveying tornado damage across more than a dozen counties from the Birmingham area to Dothan.
We are now poised to enjoy some quieter and cooler weather!
Tonight will be cool with lows in the 40s.
A “backdoor” cold front will slip into Alabama Friday, which means we’re in for a mostly cloudy and chilly day with highs stuck in the 50s in most spots. This is well below average! Usually, highs are near 70° this time of year.
A few sprinkles are possible Friday night into early Saturday, but besides that, the weather remains dry and calm through the weekend. Temperatures will stay below average in the 60s.
Temperatures then head for the 70s next week. A chance of showers and thunderstorms arrive late next Tuesday into Wednesday and Thursday.