VETERANS DAY: Dry start to your Monday. Cloud cover will increase a bit overnight into the start of the week. This will keep our temperatures slightly warmer and in the low 40s. Afternoon highs will climb to the low to mid 60s by the afternoon. Expect cloud cover to increase ahead of our next approaching system. A few stray showers will be possible in West Alabama mainly in the afternoon, while most locations will stay dry. Widespread showers ahead of a much colder air mass will push across the state late Monday into the overnight hours of Tuesday. It is possible we see a change over to a wintry mix after midnight on Monday. However, no impact or major accumulation is expected. A very dry air mass will be moving into the area and this will help to evaporate any frozen precipitation.
TUESDAY/MIDWEEK: Lingering showers will be possibly early Tuesday. But, for the most part we will see a drier, colder air mass overtake the area. It is going to be BLUSTERY throughout the day as an Arctic air mass settles in. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the 30s on Tuesday afternoon! Overnight into Wednesday our temperatures will fall into the 20s. We will will remain chilly on Wednesday and get a little warmer towards the end of the week with no notable rain chances in the extended forecast.