That sky after a stormy Tuesday was something to behold!
The old saying goes ‘Red in the morning, sailors take warning; red at night, sailors delight!”
We got a lot of rain and had some minor wind damage Tuesday.
- 3.64″ in Madison
- 3.50″ at Estillfork in Jackson County
- 3.44″ in Albertville
- 3.37″ at Indian Creek (Madison Boulevard)
- 3.25″ at Huntsville International
- 3.10″ at Grove Oak in DeKalb County
- 2.47″ at Valley Head
- 2.31″ at Ripley in Limestone County
- 2.07″ at Wren in Lawrence County
- 1.98″ at Northwest Alabama Regional Airport
- 1.02″ at Cedar Creek Reservoir in Franklin County
- 0.97″ at Central in Lauderdale County
Huntsville International also reported a wind gust to 58 MPH with the morning storms.
That’s all over now, and the drier air makes it feel so much nicer on Wednesday.
After a messy couple of rounds of storms Tuesday, we get a nice break with some (mostly) dry weather through the end of the week. I say mostly, because another front moves through late Thursday, and that front could bring a few light showers Thursday evening.
More Rain and A Shot Of Chilly Air Next Week
It will be a bit cool through Friday, with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s, and overnight lows in the upper 40s. We warm back up to kick off the weekend, but more rain moves in by Sunday, particularly by Sunday evening.
A few more showers and storms will be possible Tuesday and Wednesday as another system organizes to our west and moves in.
We’ll get a shot of colder air to kick off next week as well. If you think today is a bit chilly, get ready! We could see highs stay below 70° Monday through Wednesday of next week!