Rain moves in tonight with active weather through the weekend – Update Alaba

EXCLUSIVE LIVE RADAR STORM WATCH. SO YOU’LL BE THE FIRST TO KNOW THIS IS WVTM 13 WEATHER. IT WAS A CLOUDY THANKSGIVING DAY, BUT AT LEAST THE RAIN WAS STOPPING. WE’VE BEEN DRY ALL DAY UNTIL NOW LET’S LOOK AT BIRMINGHAM OUR ALABAMA KIDS CAM 66 DEGREE SUBMISSION. SO COME ON IN THE EVENING HOURS AND WE’RE IN THE DRY RIGHT NOW ON WVTM 13 LIVE DOPPLER. BUT THAT WILL CHANGE SOON. OVER THE NEXT 6 HOURS WE WILL SEE A LARGE AREA OF RAIN BACK TO OUR WEST, MAKING A STEADY PROGRESS EAST. THUS WILL BE A CLOSE THURSDAY NIGHT ACROSS CENTRAL ALABAMA. YOU WILL LIKELY HEAR THIS RAIN ON THE ROOF TONIGHT AND EARLY OUR FRIDAY MORNING. BUT IT WILL NOT RAIN ALL DAY ON FRIDAY. SO SOME GOOD NEWS THERE. I THINK WE WILL GET CLEAR WEATHER, SOME DRY WEATHER. WE WERE TOMORROW AFTERNOON. LET’S GO AHEAD AND PLAY IN ONE OF OUR ANTICIPATED MODEL ANIMATIONS HERE IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THERE WILL ACTUALLY BE FOLLOWING TWO SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND. SO HERE WE GO WITH THE FIRST TO ARRIVE TONIGHT, THE HEAVIEST, THE RAIN WILL STAY DOWN TO OUR SOUTH. IT’S STILL STEADY WET RAIN MUCH OF THE NIGHT. YOU CAN SEE, ESPECIALLY IN AREA AFTER I-20 AND SOUTH, THAT RAINFALL WILL BE HEAVY. MOST LOCATIONS RECEIVE AT LEAST A HALF INCH OF RAIN. SOME AREAS APPROACHING THE RAIN DECK BEFORE WE GET 5AM TOMORROW A HEAD OF HEAVIER RAIN WILL PUSH OUT FROM OUR SOUTH AND EAST MORNING WITH A FEW LATE SHOWERS PERHAPS. IT LOOKS DRYER TOMORROW AFTERNOON. TOMORROW WILL BE ANOTHER WARM DAY WITH TEMPERATURES BACK INTO THE 60’S SO IT LOOKS LIKE A DRY START TO SATURDAY. BUT NOTE WHAT HAPPENS LATE IN THE DAY. HERE COME SYSTEM NUMBER TWO. OF COURSE WE WILL HAVE THE IRON BOWL ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON. I THINK MOSTLY THE GAME WILL BE FINE. CAN’T RULE OUT AN ISOLATED SHOWER OR TWO DURING THE GAME, BUT HEAVY RAIN, THE HEAVIEST RAIN IS STEADY RAIN AND THE POTENTIAL FOR A FEW THUNDERSTORMS ARRIVING LATER IN THE EVENING. AND SATURDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SUNDAY MORNING, SATURDAY 10 PM YOU MAY SEE SOME OF THE HEAVIER RAIN STRAIGHT UP AND DOWN I-65. QUICKLY PUSHES EAST. AND THEN AS WE PASS THROUGH THIS SYSTEM, SUNDAY AND THE FIRST PART OF NEXT WEEK WE’LL SEE A BIT OF COOLER AND DRY AIR MOVE IN. SO SPEAK UP IRONDALE, HERE’S A LOOK AT THE FORECAST. I THINK SATURDAY WILL BE WINDY FOR MUCH OF THE DAY. WE WILL GET WET THERE TOO. 66 DEGREES THAT BEGIN AGAIN. WE RUN AN ISOLATED SHOWER OR TWO DURING THE GAME, BUT NOW IT LOOKS LIKE IT WILL BE AFTER THE GAME IS OVER. AGAIN SEVERAL DAYS OF IMPACT FOR RAIN ARRIVING TONIGHT INTO TOMORROW MORNING, ANOTHER ROUND COMING LATE SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING, SUNDAY AFTERNOON. IT LOOKS BETTER. MONDAY LOOKS GREAT. COOLANT 62. HIGH TEMP AND THEN IT LOOKS LIKE A THIRD SYSTEM. HE COMES STRONG ON WEDNESDAY. THIS BRINGS THE POTENTIAL FOR MORE RAIN AND

Rain moves in tonight with active weather through the weekend


It will be wet overnight through the first half of Friday across central Alabama. More rain will arrive this weekend. HERE COMES THE RAIN We managed to stay dry, albeit cloudy, for most of Thanksgiving. However, the rain will start to spread after 9pm tonight and continue into Friday. The heaviest and heaviest rain will end Friday morning, but showers could continue into the early afternoon. The highest rainfall totals will occur to our south, with totals ranging from a quarter inch to 1 inch. Bad weather is not expected. IRON BOWLFecast models are trending slower with Saturday’s storm system, which would mean a drier Iron Bowl forecast. The start will be cloudy, windy and warm, with temperatures in the upper 60s and possibly flirting with 70 degrees. It’s still possible that we’ll see a few showers during the game, but it’s by no means looking drenched. Most of the showers and thunderstorms will continue into Saturday night after the game. STORMS SATURDAY NIGHT Several strong storms are possible along the Gulf Coast Saturday night. If the models point north with some higher instability readings, it’s possible that a few stronger storms will be able to work their way into central Alabama, which is something to keep an eye on. SEVEN-DAY FORECASTDrier weather will settle in Sunday through early next week, with mild afternoons in the 60s and cool mornings in the 40s. Forecast models indicate a strong storm system will approach central Alabama by the middle of next week. This will be one to watch as it could bring a severe weather risk to our area. —STAY AWARE OF THE WEATHERGet the free WVTM 13 app and turn on notifications for the latest weather updates. For the latest Birmingham weather information and Central Alabama’s most accurate certified forecast, stay tuned to WVTM 13 News. Current Weather ConditionsHourly Forecast | 10 Day Forecast Interactive Radar Birmingham SkycamsLive Doppler RadarSign up for Email Weather Alerts Download the WVTM App 13 Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

It will be wet overnight through the first half of Friday across central Alabama. More rain will arrive this weekend.

HERE COMES THE RAIN

We managed to stay dry, albeit cloudy, for most of Thanksgiving. However, the rain will start to spread after 9pm tonight and continue into Friday.

The heaviest and heaviest rain will end Friday morning, but showers could continue into the early afternoon. The highest rainfall totals will occur to our south, with totals ranging from a quarter inch to 1 inch. Bad weather is not expected.

12 hour forecast with temperatures percentage of rain

IRON BOWL

Forecast models are trending slower with Saturday’s storm system, which would mean a drier Iron Bowl forecast. The start will be cloudy, windy and warm, with temperatures in the upper 60s and possibly flirting with 70 degrees. It’s still possible that we’ll see a few showers during the game, but it’s by no means looking drenched. Most of the showers and thunderstorms stick around until Saturday night after the game.

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THUNDERSTORMS SATURDAY NIGHT

Several strong storms are expected along the Gulf Coast Saturday night. If the models point north with some higher instability readings, it’s possible that a few stronger storms will be able to work their way into central Alabama, which is something to keep an eye on.

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SEVEN DAY FORECAST

Drier weather will settle in from Sunday into early next week, with mild afternoons in the 60s and cool mornings in the 40s.

Forecast models indicate a strong storm system will approach central Alabama by the middle of next week. This will be one to watch as it could bring a severe weather risk to our area.

7 day forecast with temperatures for Central Alabama

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