Easter Weekend Weather


This morning, light rain and sprinkles will continue across portions of central and eastern sections of Alabama.

The most persistent rain will be in a band that stretches from Gadsden to Clanton. This band will slowly slide east through the day while dissipating in overall coverage. The overall movement for the rainfall is actually south. So as the line moves east, overall coverage will be quite high, but amounts should be below a tenth of an inch.

Further to the east, isolated pockets of rain will provide the southeast with a hit or miss rain chance through mid morning. By the afternoon the best rain chances will be in the east. Highs will be in the low 60s in the east to mid 70s in the west.

Tonight, the rain should finally come to an end by midnight at the latest across the east. Lows will be in the upper 40s to low 50s.

Sunday we will see a decrease in clouds, with highs reaching the 70s state wide. A few areas in the far western counties may approach 80 degrees.

Continued warming on Monday with the next front and chance of showers and storms on Tuesday.