We are officially at 52 days without measurable rain at the Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport.
Friday will be a record, one that's nothing to be happy about. The drought emergency and burn ban continues.
You just might be reaching for the coat tonight. The weather will feel a bit more seasonal this evening as temperatures will quickly drop after sunset. Expect overnight lows in the upper 30s.
Veterans Day will feel awesome. We will likely see temperatures in the lower 70s Friday afternoon with mostly sunny skies. If you're going to a high school playoff game you'll need to breakout a jacket or sweater.
You'll see much cooler weather this weekend with highs in the mid to upper 60s. We are expecting an increase in cloud cover through the day Saturday. I'm expecting at least a chance for patchy frost for locations north of I-20 after midnight each night. If you're in Cherokee, Etowah, Cullman, or northern Calhoun County, patchy frost is more likely. Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid 60s.
It is likely and unfortunate our dry spell will continue through much of next week. We're watching for a chance of rain late next week perhaps as early as Friday.
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