The rain that fell during the overnight hours and early morning has quickly exited off to our east, leaving us with partly cloudy skies and a few rain showers during the latter portion of the day. As we head into the overnight hours, a frontal passage from the Northwest will move through the viewing area and drop temperatures in the lower 40s tonight. Rain showers can be expected during the night ahead of the front, but nothing like you saw last night.
Monday looks to be much cooler compared to where we have been sitting temperature wise. Behind the cold front, cold air advection will continue to filter in from the North and we will struggle to make it to the mid 50s. Portions of West Alabama could make it into the upper 50s tomorrow, but it will still be much cooler nonetheless. Another cold one is expected Monday night as we will bottom out in the mid 30s.
After Monday, things quiet down and we warm up quite nicely into the 70s with only rain chances entering the forecast towards the end of the week, with another late weekend cold front moving through with temperatures in the upper 60s by Sunday.
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