High school & college math teacher for the past 20 years. Skywarn storm spotter for the National Weather Service and volunteer for Houston County, AL
By: mvemjsunp , 1:16 PM GMT on April 12, 2014
This weekend is shaping-up to be similar to last weekend. We can expect partly sunny and warm conditions through tomorrow, but, just like last Monday, another storm system is on its way. The NWS is predicting severe storms and tornadoes for the Midwest tomorrow ahead of a strong cold front. That system of storms is expected to approach the Wiregrass on Monday and Tuesday, bringing a good soaking along with it. Hopefully there won't be any severe weather, but there is a slight possibility. For today, we should start to feel humidity levels increase as moisture begins to build up from the Gulf. This, along with warmer temps, will also bring some fog to the area for the next couple mornings. After the storms pass through by late Tuesday, expect temps to once again drop back down into the lower to mid 40's. Same weather, different week. Welcome to UCLA...that's the Upper Corner of Lower Alabama.
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