In Alabama, there are have been some nice Spring-like days. However, there have been some unseasonable temperatures too. This holds true for much of the United States as well. For Thursday, “The National Weather Service has issued frost and freeze watches and warnings for 87 million Americans from Texas to Virginia,” according to The Washington Post.

This leaves us asking, will this be the last cold blast for Alabama?

There is a FROST ADVISORY in effect for the Northern portions of Central Alabama from 1 am until 8 am on Thursday, April 22, 2021. The National Weather Service Birmingham notes that the “frost could kill sensitive outdoor vegetation if left uncovered.”

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Here are the FROST ADVISORY covers the following counties. I included all the counties since we have many listeners in West and Central Alabama that travel throughout the state daily.

Blount

Calhoun

Cherokee

Clay

Cleburne

Etowah

Fayette

Jefferson

Lamar

Marion

Pickens

Randolph

Shelby

St. Clair

Talladega

Tuscaloosa

Walker

Winston

North and Central Alabama could experience temperatures in the range between 33 and 40 degrees. Then Thursday will shape up to become a sunny day. Some areas are reaching the mid-60s, while some of our coverage areas could reach the high 60s.

Here are the predicted lows for our listening areas for Wednesday night into Thursday morning from the National Weather Service.

Bibb County: 38 degrees

Fayette County: 35 degrees

Greene County: 37 degrees

Hale County: 39 degrees

Lamar County: 36 degrees

Perry County: 38 degrees

Pickens County: 37 degrees

Sumter County: 38 degrees

Tuscaloosa County: 37 degrees

Walker County: 35 degrees

(Source) Click here for more information from the Washington Post. Click here for more information from the National Weather Service.

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