Good Morning! Welcome back to standard time. Yes, there were a few raindrops yesterday, but rainfall amounts were small and spotty. The airport only had .05”. Back to dry weather today. Our warm November pattern continues today. Much cooler air arrives by mid-week.
TODAY: Mostly sunny, warm, dry & comfortable today. High 83. Northeast wind 6 to 12 mph. Clear and quite mild tonight. Low 66.
NEW REALITY: Now on standard time, sunrise this morning is 6:08 AM. Sunset is 4:52 PM.
NEXT FEW DAYS:
The front that brought a few raindrops to the state is quickly fading away. Dry weather is in the cards at least, early in the week. We could tease a record high Monday. The record is 86. Tuesday, Election Day will be dry and warm. Much cooler by Wednesday & Thursday. I have now pulled back on the late week rain chance.
Rainfall prospects not very good over the next 6 days over Alabama. But, look all that heavy rain along the Southeast US coastline.
TROPICAL WEATHER: There are Two Areas to Watch in the tropics. That disturbance in the Caribbean could affect the Southeast US by mid-week with increasing winds and waves. There’s a good chance this system could acquire tropical or subtropical characteristics before reaching the SE coast. The next available name on the list is Nicole. There’s yet another Area ro Watch with a strong chance of development in the Atlantic.
FULL LUNAR ECLIPSE TUESAY MORNING: Full “Blood” lunar eclipse in the wee hours of Tuesday morning. It will be the last Full Lunar eclipse until March 2025. The totality will last for almost and hour and a half. Partial eclipse starts at 3:09 AM. Full eclipse begins at 4:16 AM. The totality ends at 5:41 AM. Moonset at 6:15.
Thanks for reading this Blog this morning! I’ll have another update for you in the morning. Have a nice day!