Alabama Braces for Chilling Weather as Wet Weather System Descends, Sending Temperatures Plummeting Across the State

For the past few weeks, it appears that the groundhog was correct; nevertheless, this Wednesday will feel more like a late fall day.

We’ll all still have to deal with severe wind gusts, but there’s a significant probability of rain from the northern areas to central Alabama and less of a chance south. In the northern two-thirds of the state, our highs occur in the morning before late afternoon lows of 15 to 20 degrees.

Rain isn’t going away, even though the temperature will quickly rise again. Even if Friday brings more rain with good possibilities throughout the state, we’ll still have a lot of clouds with a few spots seeing a glimpse of sunshine.

North Carolina

Morning showers. windy; by late afternoon, the temperature has dropped to the mid-40s. gusts of wind reaching 40 mph. Wednesday night: 33 degrees and largely overcast. gusts of wind as high as 25 mph.

The Central Region of Alabama

With a peak temperature of 68 degrees around lunchtime and a low of 50 degrees by late afternoon, showers are probable. gusts of wind reaching 30 mph. Mostly overcast with a low of 35 degrees and wind gusts up to 30 mph expected overnight.

Alabama’s South

showers with a 77°F maximum. gusts of wind reaching 30 mph. Wednesday night will be mostly overcast with a low of 38. gusts of wind as high as 25 mph.

Gulf Coast

Mostly overcast with a few showers in the afternoon. Elevation approximately 77°C with wind gusts reaching 25 mph. Overnight, it will be mostly cloudy with a low of 47 degrees with wind gusts as high as 25 mph.

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