Heavy rain possible through Thursday

Rain is more likely during this time period. Our skies will become mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers Monday and Tuesday.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: It will turn colder and increasingly unsettled from Wednesday, with further showers and longer spells of rain, with some hill snow possible, but also with some sunshine.

Breezy southerly winds will continue until the frontal system arrives late Wednesday night into Thursday. Set rain chances on Thursday at about 90 percent for most of the WAFB area. These two things will bring a prolonged period of cloudy, windy, and rainy weather from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday evening. A few strong storms with gusty winds are possible this evening and into tonight.

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"Other than this, some sleet may mix into the rain at lower levels, mainly overnight when temperatures drop, but it is unlikely to settle". Nighttime temperatures will be in the upper 50s to near 60. Then, by the afternoon, a few light rain showers could develop and clouds will increase in front of our next system moving in Friday. Once cooler, drier air from the front filters in, we can expect to see cloud coverage lessen. "In total, 2-3" of rain is likely and locally higher totals can't be ruled out, especially in NW Alabama.

FRIDAY: High pressure returns for Good Friday and that means a good day of weather!

Rain will shift to the east and out of the area by noon but clouds will stick around most of the day with highs near 50. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. Afternoon highs should top out in the low 70s. High temperatures may reach 60s degrees. High temperatures will be slightly cooler behind Tuesday night's front.