Well, it was a very nice sunny day here in Cullman, with a High of 76 and a Low of 41. Almost no humidity. Our wind flow is mainly from the northwest.
Still some snow going on up in the northeast . . . of course to say they have had a rough time with the interaction of Hurricane Sandy and that cold front is a gross understatement. However, from what I hear, things are slightly less chaotic than I was concerned they would be. Sure have seen a lot of extreme weather events in the past couple years.
Guess that makes you appreciate the peaceful stuff like we're having now - more.
Northwest flow should continue through tomorrow, and it looks like a sunny day with a High around 80. Tonight's low will probably be around 50 or upper 40's.
Sunday a weak cool front pushes on through, and we should see some scattered showers with it and a bit of a cooldown to a High around 70. Some of this activity may move in Saturday night. Not a big deal, just scattered showers and maybe a rumble or two of thunder.
Monday looks like a quiet day in between frontal systems. Should see mostly sunny skies with a High in the low 60's and a Low in the lower 40's.
The next front is a little more ambiguous via model output, but it looks like it'll mostly pass through Monday night/Tuesday morning, and instability will be low enough that it looks like just showers again. Tuesday we'll see a reinforcing shot of cooler air behind this front, and we might struggle to even see 60 degrees in several spots in the TN Valley.
Rainfall totals from both systems combined should be light, less than half an inch, for most of us. There are no active tropical systems and no severe weather threats coming up in the near future. It's going to stay mostly sunny the rest of the week with temperatures a bit chilly at night and nice and mild during the day.