Dry & Warm Through the Weekend; Big Changes Next Week

Posted on: 6:02 pm, October 10, 2013, by

This kind of weather pattern can often make for hum-drum forecasts, but we are starting to see a little more change on the horizon.

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Friday and the weekend look like fantastic Fall days for whatever you have going on: Football Friday high school games look great: fair & comfortably cool. You can click the Football Friday link for some specific game forecasts.

College football won’t have any problems either (at least around here)! Alabama, Auburn and UNA’s games will be dry: great weather for tailgating:

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Just beyond the weekend on the edge of our Seven Day Forecast, we see signs of some rain. That rain will blow in ahead of a fairly strong cold front Tuesday and Wednesday; behind the front, temperatures take a nose dive!

We expect highs in the 60s with lows as cold as 35-40 degrees in the usual “cold spots” by next Thursday morning. Huntsville, Decatur and The Shoals probably won’t get into the 30s, so there is no danger of a frost or freeze yet.

A prolonged period of below-average temperatures (read: pretty chilly weather) is coming behind that front. The GEFS and NAEFS Ensembles both show a good chance of temperatures running well below average for at least a week (if not longer) starting next Wednesday:

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  • NAEFS Temperature Anomaly Plot

  • GEFS forecast temperatures

-Jason
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