MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - It was a jammed packed weather day - we experienced above average warmth, severe storms, and a 20°+ temperature drop all in just 12 hours. The threat for strong storms has come to an end, and shower’s have pretty much cleared the state as well. Now, cooler than normal temperatures are the big headline moving forward.
Colder air will continue to pour in during the evening and overnight hours, with temps in the upper 30s to lower 40s by tomorrow morning. Gusty winds will make it feel even colder in the low 30s. Brr!
Then, we won’t warm up much tomorrow afternoon. Highs will stay in the 50s all day! On top of that, a Wind Advisory is in effect for most of our area, and those extremely gusty winds will make it feel even colder.
It gets even colder Thursday night/ Friday morning with low temperatures in the low and middle 30s. A Freeze Watch has been issued for most of our area; widespread frost and a freeze in spots are anticipated.
Friday stays quite cold for this time of year; temperatures will be in the low 60s during the day and fall back down into the 30s that night. However, we warm up nicely as we heads towards Easter!
Beyond Easter, temperatures significantly warm back up, and we’ll be in the 80s again by Tuesday. During this time period, our weather conditions stay calm. We do not expect any rain over the next 7 days!