We have had a rollercoaster ride of temperatures lately. There were even some days when the high reached record-breaking levels across many counties in Alabama. Now, this temperature ride is taking a downward approach this weekend.

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that “the coldest air so far this season will roll into Alabama for the weekend. We will mention a chance of light rain over North Alabama Saturday morning as the cold air arrives, otherwise, the day will be cloudy, and breezy with a high in the mid-50s. The sky clears Saturday night, and by daybreak Sunday we project lows in the 26-32 degree range over the northern half of the state. Sunday will be a sunny day with a high between 51 and 55 degrees.”


Townsquare Media Coverage Area Weekend Highs and Lows


Saturday: High 58 – Low 32

Sunday: High 55 – Low 31


Saturday: High 54 – Low 29

Sunday: High 52 – Low 29


Saturday: High 55 – Low 33

Sunday: High 53 – Low 33


Saturday: High 56 – Low 33

Sunday: High 53 – Low 32


Saturday: High 52 – Low 29

Sunday: High 52 – Low 29


Saturday: High 57 – Low 33

Sunday: High 54 – Low 32


Saturday: High 54 – Low 32

Sunday: High 53 – Low 32


Saturday: High 56 – Low 32

Sunday: High 54 – Low 31


Saturday: High 56 – Low 33

Sunday: High 53 – Low 32


Saturday: High 54 – Low 29

Sunday: High 52 – Low 28

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Next Week Outlook

If you are a planner like me, you want to know what to be prepared for weather-wise. Below-average temperatures are the name of the game.

“After another sub-freezing start early Monday, we project a high in the mid-50s by afternoon with a good supply of sunshine,” said Spann. Then “clouds return Monday night, and a disturbance will bring periods of rain to the state Tuesday. The weather looks unsettled for the rest of the week, with some risk of rain at times Wednesday through Friday. Temperatures will remain below average through the week with highs in the 50s.”

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