BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – The rain is gone and now the cold air is pouring into the state. We can expect a temperature drop of 30 degrees at the same time yesterday afternoon.
We still have enough moisture for a few brief snowstorms east of I-65 and north of I-20. These thunderstorms last into the evening hours. The wind chill will fall in the mid to upper 20s in the afternoon thanks to a gusty wind of 32 km / h.
Christmas Eve: Expect mostly clear skies with temperatures between the lower and mid 20s. This is the coldest air so far this season. Take care of the pipes, pets and plants. Wind chill can sometimes fall into the individual digits.
Christmas Day: After a cold start, expect the highs to only hit the top 30s. Expect lots of sunshine. As cold as that may seem, it is not the coldest Christmas ever recorded. We saw a low of 2 degrees in 1983. Temperatures will be even colder during the night, with lows falling into the upper teens overnight.
The weekend is getting a little warmer with sunshine and highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s. The probability of rain for the next week is low, but on Monday we could see some showers.
James-Paul « J-P » Dice joined the WBRC First Alert Weather Team in August 2008 as Chief Meteorologist. J-P is on your side, predicting the weather on the WBRC FOX6 News from 4pm to 6pm. & 9pm to 10pm.
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