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May weather to end the second week of April

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The warmest day of the year is on the way

Warmer air starts to work into the state today. Look for strong winds on Thursday.

Otherwise, these next few days will be lovely and a ideal excuse to get outdoors!

Tonight: Cloudy with rain by late evening, mixing with sleet and snow in the far north. Fog possible. It even has the front moving northward again on Sunday as a warm front. But, this also likely drags a little bit of moisture across northern IN after midnight tonight through sunrise tomorrow. Wind: S 25-30; gusty. South of there, nothing.

Thursday: Partly cloudy late day showers. The winds will shift to the southwest by Friday as the high moves off the east coast and daytime highs will reach the 80s.

EXTENDED: Another cold front approaches on Friday bringing clouds and a chance for rain & t-storms. "Rain totals will run on the order of 1" to 2" for the event. Once even cooler air moves in during the evening, we will see it start to accumulate. But, there are plenty of chances for thunderstorms too. We could be talking about another severe weather episode with this front.

May weather to end the second week of April
May weather to end the second week of April

Thursday another disturbance makes its way in, this will also impact northern counties more compared to southern counties. Expect rain chances in Tuscaloosa at 80 percent. Keep checking back as we are days out and the forecast can change. Otherwise it should be a generally quiet day with considerable cloudiness.

Highs will be much colder this weekend behind this strong cold front. We will be back to temperatures that average 10-15 degrees below normal, powered by NW winds.

Temperatures are warming up nicely today thanks to the abundant sunshine across central and south Alabama. Highs on Monday look to stay in the 60s. Winds will be out of the southwest up to 18 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 30 miles per hour. Friday we will have times of clouds and sunshine.

We're not looking at breaking any records with this one.

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