Hot and Dry This Week: The Alabama Weather Blog
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THE HEATED DOME IS SETTING UP FOR THE COMING WORK WEEK
A high pressure dome will move into central Alabama bringing very warm temperatures and rising humidity levels, but these appear to remain low enough to prevent heat advisories from being issued. . It doesn’t look like the rain is helping us cool off into the weekend, with a trough trying to round the ridge over the eastern half of the southeast. We’re looking at sunny skies every day of the work week with highs in the low to mid 90s on Monday, mid to high 90s for the most part on Tuesday, upper 90s to lower 100s on Wednesday and the mid-90s down to the lower 100s. Thursday and Friday.
THE CENTRAL ALABAMA WEEKEND
Skies will remain mostly sunny and temperatures will remain warm, but some locations may see a few isolated afternoon showers and storms each day as the eastern side of the ridge may weaken due to an impending trough. Saturday’s highs will be in the 90s to lower hundreds, while Sunday’s highs are expected to fall back into the 90s for all of central Alabama.
For the North Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, no tropical cyclone formation is forecast for the next five days.
ON THIS DAY IN WEATHER HISTORY — 1928
A farmer near Greensburg, KS looked up into the heart of a tornado. He described its walls as “rotating clouds lit by constant lightning and a strong smell of gas with a screaming, hissing sound.”
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