6:53AM January 6, 2021

INCREASING CLOUDINESS TODAY; RAIN LIKELY AT TIMES TOMORROW… Cloud coverage will be on the increase today ahead of rain becoming possible as early as the overnight hours tonight. High temperatures on this Wednesday will be in the low- to mid-60s. Rain coverage will peak on Thursday morning when scattered showers may be numerous across south Alabama and northwest Florida. Thunderstorms should be limited to the immediate beach zones and severe weather is not expected with this passing weather system. We get a break from the rain on Friday, Saturday, into Sunday ahead of more showers becoming possible Sunday night into Monday. A few more Wednesday morning forecast notes are below.

FEW SHOWERS POSSIBLE TONIGHT… We could have a few areas of rain around as early as tonight, especially across the western parts of southwest Alabama. Rain will move in from west to east and gradually spread across the region early Thursday morning. Overnight lows will be in the mid-40s.

RAIN POSSIBLE AT TIMES ON THURSDAY… An area of low pressure will develop to our west and basically move right across our region on Thursday. This means that scattered showers will be possible throughout the day. High temperatures will be in the low-60s.

DRY WEATHER ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY… The forecast for Friday and Saturday screams “January weather.” Partly cloudy skies are expected each day. High temperatures will be in the low-50s with morning lows in the 30s. There is a chance some locales could dip below freezing Saturday night into Sunday morning.

RAIN CHANCE RETURNS LATE SUNDAY INTO MONDAY… Our next chance of rain (after Thursday) will happen late Sunday evening into Monday. There has been a consistent trend toward DRIER conditions, however, and there is a real chance we may have to adjust rain chances even lower in the days ahead. This continues to look like a situation with no snow or mixed precipitation anywhere close by. All of the rain should be south of our coastline before temperatures have a chance to get to the freezing mark on Tuesday morning.

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

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