6:54AM February 26, 2020

CLOUDS DECREASE TODAY AHEAD OF DRY, SUNNY DAYS… Cloud coverage will continue to decrease on this Wednesday as more sunshine is expected by the end of the day. There could be a few areas of light rain this morning into the early afternoon across the far northern part of our local area in parts of Butler, Conecuh, Monroe, and Clarke counties. Any rain will be well to our northeast by 2PM. Temperatures will peak in the low-60s around 2PM. We’ll be in the 50s by 6PM, meaning the evening hours will be chilly with a 10-15 mph wind out of the northwest.

CHILLY NIGHT AHEAD… Most locales will settle into the mid-30s by 4AM on Wednesday morning. I expect overnight lows to be in the 33-36° range in most spots across south Alabama and northwest Florida. Clouds will continue to decrease in coverage overnight.

SUNNY, COOL THURSDAY… Full sunshine with no major weather issues are ahead for Thursday. We will have a cobalt, blue sky in place all day with hardly any (IF any) clouds around. High temperatures will only be in the mid-50s on Thursday, which is slated to be the coldest overall day in the next 7-10 days. Keep the jackets handy all day on Thursday.

LOWS NEAR FREEZING FRIDAY MORNING… The coldest morning out of the next week happens on Friday when temperatures will range from near 30° farther inland to near 35° closer to the immediate coastline. This means that much of our area, especially locations north of Interstate 10, will have temperatures that briefly dip below freezing. We will quickly rebound into the 50s by late morning on Friday. Sunny skies are expected all day Friday with highs in the mid-60s.

SUNNY WEEKEND AHEAD… It is a pleasure to be able to report that we will have a nice, sunny, seasonal weekend. High temperatures will be in the mid-60s on both Saturday and Sunday with mostly sunny skies each day. Cloud coverage will probably increase somewhat on Sunday ahead of more rain becoming possible Tuesday into Wednesday of the upcoming week.

RAIN LIKELY MIDWEEK NEXT WEEK… Cloud coverage will continue to increase on Monday ahead of rain chances on Tuesday into Wednesday of the upcoming week. There are some indications that we could have a round of storms on Wednesday into Thursday, but details are still fuzzy that far out. As always, severe weather will be a concern any time we have a cold front passing through this time of year. I’ll keep you posted about it all in the RedZone Weather app.

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See all the details in your Wednesday #rzw forecast video. Have a great day!

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