Central AL Forecast: Thunderstorms, threat for severe weather Monday


TONIGHT: As winds turn to the South overnight, clouds and humidity will gradually increase going into Monday morning.  Lows will be well above-normal for late October in the mid 60s. 

MONDAY: Tomorrow is a CBS 42 Weather Aware day as we have our first risk of the season for severe thunderstorms.  The Storm Prediction Center has issued a MARGINAL (1 out of 5) risk of severe weather for all of Central Alabama.

As a strong cold front sweeps through, brief damaging wind gusts & isolated tornadoes will be possible along with heavy rain.  A line of storms should begin to move in from Mississippi around noon tomorrow, and continue tracking East through 8 PM and totally clear the area by midnight.  Stay tuned for forecast updates!

TUESDAY: A few morning showers are possible Tuesday, but by Tuesday afternoon we’ll be mostly sunny and cooler with highs in the upper 60s.

WED/THURS: More sunshine and cooler temperatures in the wake of this next cold front for Wednesday & Thursday.  We’ll go back to starting off the day chilly in the 40s, then warm up to highs near 70°.

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