High pressure is building into the region, and another chilly night on tap tonight for the state.
Most locations will stay above freezing, with some of the valleys in the northeastern section of the state mostly likely to dip to near 32 by morning.
Eastern sections may fall into the middle 30’s with 40’s for the rest of the state.
Thursday looks to be a really nice day, with temperatures in the uppers 60’s across the north, and warming into the 70’s for the southern areas.
Gulf moisture will increase and move northward Thursday night. Showers will increase across south Alabama after Midnight Thursday night.
Showers will increase in coverage during the day Friday as the short wave trough shifts eastward. For now the best chances of rain will be across the southeast counties. No thunderstorms are expected with the system at this time for Friday or Friday night.
It still looks like a rain free weekend across Alabama, as high pressure builds over the southeast states.
Temperatures will warm into the upper 70’s on Saturday and lower 80’s by Sunday.