STILL HOT : Temperatures are for the most part in the low to mid 90s crosswise over Alabama this evening with a halfway bright sky. We have a couple of little, secluded showers on radar, yet most places remain dry, and those separated showers will end once the sun goes down later tonight.
TOMORROW THROUGH THE WEEKEND : No genuine change; the upper edge stays set up, and evening highs will be near record levels with mid 90s likely every day. The sky will be incompletely bright, and secluded showers and tempests stay conceivable every evening, except chances of any one spot getting wet stay in the 10/20 percent run.
One Week from now: Not much change for the main portion of the week. Highs remain over 90, and evening showers and tempests stay secluded. Some proof the edge will be somewhat more fragile late in the week with lower warmth levels and a superior possibility of showers. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, illustrations, and more subtleties.
FOOTBALL WEATHER : Mostly clear and warm for the secondary school games Friday night; temperatures will tumble from the low 80s at the opening shot into the 70s continuously 50% of the games.
Saturday, Alabama has Ole Miss at Bryant-Denny Stadium (2:30p CT the opening shot) the sky will be somewhat radiant with temperatures in the mid 90s at the opening shot, falling back to almost 90 by the final quarter. There is an outside danger of a short shower during the game.
Reddish will have Mississippi State Saturday evening at Jordan-Hare Stadium (6:00p CT the opening shot) the sky will be clear with temperatures tumbling from close to 89 at the opening shot into the low 80s by the last whistle.
UAB goes to Bowling Green to take on Western Kentucky Saturday evening (6:00p CT the opening shot) clear climate is the conjecture with an opening shot temperature close to 87 degrees, tumbling to almost 80 by the final quarter.
Jacksonville State will likewise be out and about; they play Austin Peay in Clarksville, Tennessee Saturday evening (2:00p CT the opening shot) anticipate a mostly bright sky with temperatures in the low 90s at the opening shot, falling into the upper 80s before the finish of the game. A little danger of a shower.
TROPICS: Lorenzo, in the eastern Atlantic, is currently a noteworthy typhoon with continued breezes of 130 mph. Fortunately it will recurve and is no risk to the U.S. Typhoon Karen, with supported breezes of 45 mph, is figure to back off, wind, and eventually go back toward the west/southwest throughout the end of the week. In any case, with cruel condition conditions NHC anticipated that the framework should deteriorate into a remainder low inside 4-5 days. The remainder of the Atlantic bowl is tranquil.
ON THIS DATE IN 1955: On this date, the Atlantic observation air ship, “Snowcloud Five” went down while examining Hurricane Janet and was never gotten notification from again. Lt. Comdr. Windham with a group of 8 and two newspapermen announced that they were going to start entering the focal center of the tropical storm. Sea tempest Janet made landfall at pinnacle power close Chetumal, Mexico on September 29th. Janet’s landfall as a Category 5 tropical storm on the Yucatán Peninsula was the primary recorded example that a tempest of such force in the Atlantic made landfall on a mainland terrain; preceding Janet, landfalls of Category 5 power were just known to have occurred on islands.
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