Thanks to hit and miss clouds across the Tennessee Valley, some of us failed to warm this afternoon. Others climbed into the lower 80s. We’ll see this once again Friday with sun and clouds and temperatures climbing into the low 80s.
Changes are coming thought, in the form of a cold front. Currently, that cold front sits to our west and is creating quite the contrast in temperatures. Those on the backside of the front are 40-50° cooler than those on the front side.
That front looks to push through the Tennessee Valley Friday evening through the overnight. This will bring shower opportunities to the Tennessee Valley, but not everyone will get wet.
Rain chances begin tomorrow evening across NW Alabama before overtaking the entire Tennessee Valley through the overnight and the early hours of Saturday morning.
This means some may want to bring a rain jacket to HS football games.
Rain totals will be relatively low with most only seeing 0.25″.
This is rain we could desperately use since portions of NE Alabama are still under extreme drought conditions. The rain that fell across NW Alabama did improve conditions there, but there were never as bad as they were and still are across NE Alabama.