High humidity in Alabama and monitor ETA closely

High humidity in Alabama and monitor ETA closely

Above average warmth with showers returning on Tuesday and Wednesday as the cold front approaches. Eta still expects to head to the Gulf. Warm days continue as the National Hurricane Center has ETA as a hurricane over the warm waters of the southeastern Gulf by Tuesday. ETA will either interact with the slowly advancing upper basin or get stuck in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico and slowly disintegrate due to cold water and increased wind shear. The approaching cold front will increase the chances of rain and possibly a few thunderstorms on Tuesday and Wednesday. The path and pace of ETA will help determine the fate of the Cold Front, and how far ETA will travel north into the Gulf. We’ll see an opportunity to take a shower late Tuesday, with much of Central Alabama handling showers on Wednesday. Temperatures will range from the mid-1970s to highs every afternoon. ETA Taita crossed Cuba this weekend and will now turn into a sharp westerly direction and head to the southeast of the Gulf of Mexico. Forward speed will slow down to crawl off the west coast of Florida. ETA could potentially turn into a hurricane over the next couple of days, but it slowly weakens as it moves further into the northeast. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center shows that ETA is slowly approaching Florida’s west coast late in the week as a tropical high storm. Path forecasts are uncertain and can change. Current weather conditions in Central Alabama | Weekend Outlook | 10-Day Forecast, Central Alabama Interactive Radar, Birmingham Skycams Cameras | Live Doppler Radar – Subscribe to WVTM 13 Email Weather Alerts – Download the WVTM 13 App and Get Weather Alerts – 7 Day Weather Forecast – We’ll monitor Eta’s progress next week for any potential impacts in Alabama, although most models maintain On the storm south and east in Central Alabama. We will see a slight dip in lower temperatures towards the end of next week behind the front, but there are no signs of significantly cooler weather over the next 7-10 days. For the most recent weather information in Birmingham and the most accurate weather forecast for Central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 news and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Above average warmth with showers returning on Tuesday and Wednesday as the cold front approaches. Eta still expects to head to the Gulf.

Warm days continue

The National Hurricane Center released ETA as a hurricane over warm waters in the southeastern Gulf by Tuesday. ETA will either interact with the slowly advancing upper basin or get stuck in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico and slowly disintegrate due to cold water and increased wind shear.

The approaching cold front will increase the chances of rain and possibly a few thunderstorms until Tuesday and Wednesday. The path and pace of ETA will help determine the fate of the Cold Front, and how far ETA will travel north into the Gulf. We’ll see an opportunity to take a shower late Tuesday, with much of Central Alabama handling showers on Wednesday. Temperatures will rise from the mid-1970s to the 1970s every afternoon.

Tracking and

ETA crossed Cuba this weekend and will now head west and travel to the southeast of the Gulf of Mexico. Forward speed will slow down to crawl off the west coast of Florida. ETA could potentially turn into a hurricane over the next couple of days, but it slowly weakens as it moves further into the northeast. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center shows that ETA is slowly approaching Florida’s west coast late in the week as a tropical high storm. Track expectations are uncertain and may change.

Expect 7 days

We’ll be monitoring ETA’s progress next week for any potential impacts in Alabama, although most models maintain the storm south and east of central Alabama. We will see a slight dip in lower temperatures towards the end of next week behind the front, but there are no signs of significantly cooler weather over the next 7-10 days.

For the most recent weather information in Birmingham and the most accurate weather forecast for Central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 news and follow us on Facebook, Twitter And Instagram.

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