Springtime in Alabama is from March 20th until June 20th. Spring 2021 has given us beautiful weather, tornadoes, and unseasonable temperatures. Sounds like a typical Alabama spring, right? Oh wait, we have to throw in the unpredictable frost threats too.

There is the possibility of a FROST on early Thursday. James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist let us know that “many communities across North/Central Alabama will drop into the mid to upper 30s early Thursday morning with a clear sky and light wind... some frost is likely. A few colder spots could even touch the freezing mark briefly. Then, during the day Thursday, look for a sunny sky with a high in the low 60s.”

On Thursday morning, lows between 34 to 36 degrees are possible north of I-20 and in the high 30s-low 40s across the south. The National Weather Service Birmingham notes that “patchy frost may develop in the colder areas after midnight, but there are some questions on how widespread the frost will be given the dry air and dewpoint depressions of 4 to 8 degrees.”

Lows for our listening areas for Wednesday night into Thursday morning

Bibb County 39 degrees

Fayette County: 37 degrees

Greene County: 40 degrees

Hale County: 40 degrees

Lamar County: 37 degrees

Perry County: 39 degrees

Pickens County: 39 degrees

Sumter County: 39 degrees

Tuscaloosa County: 39 degrees

Walker County: 36 degrees

We will continue to monitor the potential for frost in our area and provide you with any weather updates.

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