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Clouds Linger; Some Rain For East Alabama

RADAR CHECK: Rain continues this morning over parts of East Alabama, and clouds linger over the rest of the state. A deep upper low will pass overhead today, and the sky will be generally cloudy, and we will maintain the chance of light rain over the eastern third of the state. Some clearing could begin over West Alabama this afternoon, however, as the upper low moves eastward. Temperatures will hold in the 40s today over the eastern half of the state; low 50s are possible for the western counties.

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Some Light Rain Tonight/Tomorrow; Dry Weekend Ahead

RADAR CHECK: We have patches of light rain across most of Alabama this afternoon as a wave moves into the western Gulf of Mexico. The evaporative cooling process has helped to generate a few patches of sleet mixed with the rain, but temperatures are in the 40s and there won’t be any impact. Periods of light rain are likely tonight, mostly over the southern two-thirds of the state; amounts should be under 1/4 inch.

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Some Light Rain Possible Later Today/Tonight

CLOUDS ARE BACK: Clouds increased across Alabama overnight, and today will be a mostly cloudy day with a high not too far from 50 degrees. A wave moving through the northern Gulf of Mexico will bring a chance of some light rain later this afternoon and tonight, mostly for the southern two-thirds of the state. Best chance of rain will come along and south of I-59, and with very limited moisture rain amounts should be 1/4″ or less.

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Slow Warming Trend Begins Later Today

TOMORROW/FRIDAY: Clouds return to Alabama tomorrow, and some light rain is possible over the southern two-thirds of the state late tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. Best chance of rain will be along and south of I-59 (Tuscaloosa to Birmingham to Gadsden), and amounts should be a quarter of an inch or less for most communities. Then, Friday will be a cloudy and cold day, and a few patches of light or drizzle are possible as a deep upper low moves overhead. The high tomorrow will be in the low 50s, and we most likely hold in the 40s all day Friday.