“It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas”

Wrong. It’s not.

It’s incredibly warm. Actually, it is too warm for some Alabamians that are trying to get into the holiday spirit.

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However, there is good news in the future for those wanting colder temperatures. James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that “global models continue to show signals for below average temperatures across the Deep South (and much of the nation) as we approach Christmas.”

This weekend, you can expect much of the same. “Temperatures remain above average with highs mostly in the 70s through Sunday. Expect a mix of sun and clouds daily with just a few scattered showers each day. Odds of any one spot getting wet each day are 20-30 percent,” said Spann.

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Weekend High-Temperature Guide

Bibb

Friday: High - 81 degrees

Saturday: High – 75 degrees

Sunday: High – 69 degrees

Fayette

Friday: High - 75 degrees

Saturday: High – 71 degrees

Sunday: High – 64 degrees

Greene

Friday: High - 80 degrees

Saturday: High – 75 degrees

Sunday: High – 68 degrees

Hale

Friday: High - 79 degrees

Saturday: High – 74 degrees

Sunday: High – 67 degrees

Lamar

Friday: High - 74 degrees

Saturday: High – 71 degrees

Sunday: High – 64 degrees

Perry

Friday: High - 80 degrees

Saturday: High – 75 degrees

Sunday: High – 69 degrees

Pickens

Friday: High - 79 degrees

Saturday: High – 74 degrees

Sunday: High – 67 degrees

Sumter

Friday: High - 81 degrees

Saturday: High – 76 degrees

Sunday: High – 69 degrees

Tuscaloosa

Friday: High - 78 degrees

Saturday: High – 73 degrees

Sunday: High – 67 degrees

Walker

Friday: High - 76 degrees

Saturday: High – 71 degrees

Sunday: High – 65 degrees

Looking Ahead to Next Week

We are monitoring a weather system to the west that could impact several states close to Alabama. At this moment, it appears that once it reaches Alabama on Wednesday, Spann said “it looks like the main dynamic support will pass well to the north, and instability will be limited."

According to the SPC, "they do not have any severe weather risk defined for now. Heavy rain could be the greater threat; rain amounts Wednesday into Thursday could exceed 2 inches in many places. Colder drier air arrives by Thursday night and Friday,” said Spann.

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