There has been a fall feel to the air recently and the overall weather pattern for the rest of the month should keep it going. Fairly dry conditions should be the norm for the next 10+ days as well and that bodes well for the fall harvest. Here is the latest detailed First Alert Forecast:
Tonight: Skies will clear and temperatures are going to bottom out in the mid to upper 40s. Areas of dense fog will be possible so be on the lookout.
Friday: Pleasant conditions are expected but clouds will be on the increase during the day. Highs will peak in the low 70s.
Friday Night: Clouds will thicken but our area should stay dry. Plan on lows in the low 50s.
Saturday: Clouds will be extensive during the morning but we should see more sun during the afternoon. Low 70s still appear reasonable for high temperatures. Mostly clear and cool conditions can be expected for the college games in Oxford and Tuscaloosa. Be sure to bring your jackets!
Sunday: Low 70s under mostly sunny skies appear to be a safe bet.
Next Week: Another strong cold front is expected to pass through more or less dry on Tuesday. The coolest air of the season may move in behind that system for the middle to end of the week.
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