Saturday October 10, 2015
Forecaster: Bill Murray
SATURDAY'S SLOW SUNSHINE RETURN: Clouds will slowly break up this morning and be just an evaporating field of stratocumulus clouds as drier air moves into the state behind the front. It may be a little breezy at times behind the front, with a fresh northerly wind, and temperatures will be cooler, topping out in the middle 70s in the I-20 Corridor, ranging to near 80F in the US-80 Corridor. Temperatures will fall quickly after sunset.
FOOTBALL FORECAST: Alabama will host Arkansas at Bryant-Denny Stadium this evening (6:00p CT kickoff) the sky will be mostly fair, with temperatures falling from 68 degrees at kickoff into the low 60s by the final whistle. Some will want a light jacket or sweater walking from the stadium back to your car after the game. Auburn has a bye this week.
SUNNIER SUNDAY: Tomorrow will get off to a refreshing start, with lots ranging between 46 at Hamilton, 55 at Birmingham and 58 at Montgomery. Skies should be mainly clear. The trough that delivered this dose of delightful October weather to us will be trying to close off into one of those pesky upper lows tomorrow over the Carolinas. It might be able to wrap a few clouds back into Alabama from the east tomorrow. Can't even rule out a shower over eastern sections Sunday night, but the chance looks very small.
Today's Record Temperatures