Today has been much different from the past few days. We woke up in the mid 30s and only warmed about 20 degrees into the mid 50s under full sunshine. We can thank the cold front that swung through the state yesterday for that. All in all, this is some pretty nice late November weather, but a tad chilly if you are in Tuscaloosa or Oxford for football. Egg Bowl kickoff should be in the upper 40s, dropping to the mid 30s by the final whistle, and with a brisk North wind, it will feel much colder than that. Tonight will be the coldest night so far this season with everyone waking up tomorrow morning in the 24-30 degree range. While no freeze warning is in effect for area as of 4:30 PM this afternoon, I expect some patchy to possibly widespread frost overnight with clear skies and calm winds. We begin to moderate tomorrow, as our winds shift to the Southwest and pull up some warm air and moisture from the Gulf. Monday night into Tuesday morning looks like it will be stormy as a disturbance over South Texas makes its way here and merges with a cold front approaching from the Northwest. The severe threat does not look very impressive, but we could see a few hefty thunderstorms early Tuesday morning. After that passes, we return to very seasonable weather with highs in the 60s and lows in the 30s and 40s. Enjoy the cool weather!
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