5:40PM October 31, 2019

WIND CHILL VALUES TO BE AROUND 30 DEGREES BY 6AM… Cold temperatures combined with a brisk wind out of the northwest overnight will cause wind chill values to dip into the low-30s and upper-20s by early Friday morning. This will be the coldest night of the fall season so far with air temperatures dipping into the mid- to upper-30s across inland stretches of south Alabama. Winds will be out of the northwest at 10-20 mph overnight. Temperatures will struggle to hit the 60 degree mark on Friday afternoon as cold, dry, stable air continues to filter in from the northwest.

TRICK-OR-TREATING TONIGHT… Most spots remain in the low-50s as of 6PM on this Halloween Thursday. We’ll be in the mid- to upper-40s for trick-or-treating this evening. Rain has cleared out to the east and skies are beginning to clear. No rain is expected this evening. Grab the jackets!

My next forecast video will be posted by 7:15AM on Friday. See you then!

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