Sunday, April 20, 2014
Forecaster: Bill Murray
A TALE OF TWO SKIES: Saturday was a day of two different skies, as an upper low over southern Georgia wrapped clouds and even a few light showers back into eastern parts of Central Alabama. In Auburn, for the Tiger A-Day, it was cloudy and threatening rain all rain, although none was measured. The high in Auburn was only 63F. On the other side of the state, Tide fans and players were basking (or baking) in full sunshine. The high in Tuscaloosa topped out at 80F. In the middle, it was a mix of clouds and sun in the I-65 corridor. Birmingham hit 77F and Calera 76F.
SUNNY SUNDAY: Sunrise services this morning are enjoying clear and calm conditions with temperatures in the upper 40s. With near total sunshine, highs today will be generally in the middle 70s in the I-20 corridor. It will actually be warmer over northwestern sections, where even fewer clouds will be around. Skies will be cloudy much of the morning over southeastern Alabama, generally south of I-85. Clearing should occur there by mid-afternoon.
Mostly sunny and seasonably warm, except south of I-85 where clouds hang tough.
Partly sunny, with increasing clouds late in the day. Showers and storms arrive overnight.
Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and storms.