A very cold day that made it feel more like February than May! Temperatures did not even crack 60 today at Key Field, but today will be the coldest of the next seven as temperatures start to rebound tomorrow.
The cold, rainy weather is all due to an upper level low that is now sitting over Cullman, Alabama. This low will continue moving east, and will move far enough away tomorrow to let temperatures return to the 60s, but showers will still be possible with some wrap around moisture around the low.
The cold weather and rain end Tuesday with highs back into the mid 70s and skies beginning to clear. We will reach 80 Wednesday and mid 80s Thursday before our next weather maker arrives, bringing the chance for showers and storms for Friday and Saturday. Right now, Sunday looks dry and highs will be int the 80s (prior to rain arriving) each day through the weekend.
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