Quiet Holiday Week for Now – Black Friday Storm System Ahead –Tuesday Video

Good Morning!  A cold front is sweeping through the state this morning, today will be much cooler but not cold.  On this video, I’ll update a pretty good Thanksgiving Holiday forecast.  Plus, next up is an approaching Black Friday storm system.  Timing, on the arrival and departure of this system is important.  We’ll zero in on the updated Iron Bowl weekend forecast.  And, evidence is growing that some chilly air is on the way for the last week of November.  I’ll update you on all the details, including holiday travel weather, on a your Tuesday morning personal weather briefing with your toast and coffee.

 

The Cold Front moving through the state this morning will take the showers with it.  Clouds will hang around this morning, but bright sunshine will take over this afternoon.  Today will be at least 13 degrees colder than yesterday.

 

Travel weather looks good over much of America tomorrow except for the Pacific NW and snowy, windy and cold in the Northeast.  Thanksgiving shows one bug storm dominating the west.  The northeast US will see one of the coldest Thanksgivings on record.  Pretty nice, and routine for us.  COOL, but not bad.  AM low 39.  Afternoon high near 60.

Next up in a Black Friday Storm System which will deliver a round of showers and thunderstorms Friday night through Saturday morning.

With any luck the storm system will move out of the way by Iron Bowl game time in Tuscaloosa Saturday.

Great holiday weather through Thursday.  Next up in a Black Friday Storm System which will deliver a round of showers and thunderstorms Friday night through Saturday morning.   Then improving Saturday PM into Sunday.  Chance of showers by Sunday evening into Monday,

.Sharply colder next week…