Severe weather is exiting the Yellowhammer State and moving into Georgia. For our coverage area, we still have a “Wind Advisory” in place issued by the National Weather Service in Birmingham. Some areas could see wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour.

Until 9 a.m. for Greene, Hale, Perry, Pickens, and Sumter counties.

Until 11 a.m. for Bibb, Fayette, Lamar, and Tuscaloosa counties.

Until 1 p.m. for Walker County.

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My Facebook post from this morning says it all.

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For the rest of today, you should be prepared for the temperature drop. James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that “temperatures will slowly fall through the day in most places; North Alabama will settle into the upper 40s and low 50s, with mid to upper 50s for the southern counties.”

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Hour-By-Hour Guide for Tuscaloosa County

6 a.m. – 53 degrees

7 a.m. – 51 degrees

8 a.m. – 49 degrees

9 a.m. – 49 degrees

10 a.m. – 48 degrees

11 a.m. – 48 degrees

Noon – 47 degrees

1 p.m. – 48 degrees

2 p.m. – 49 degrees

3 p.m. – 48 degrees

4 p.m. – 47 degrees

5 p.m. – 46 degrees

6 p.m. – 45 degrees

7 p.m. – 44 degrees

8 p.m. – 43 degrees

9 p.m. – 42 degrees

10 p.m. – 41 degrees

11 p.m. – 40 degrees

Later Tonight – Tomorrow Outlook

Spann mentioned that “a few sprinkles or snow flurries are possible over the northern half of the state tonight and early tomorrow. We could see a snowflake or two, there won't be any accumulation or impact. The day tomorrow will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the 40s over North Alabama, with 50s to the south.”

(Source) Click here to follow the Facebook Page for James Spann. For more from the National Weather Service Birmingham, click here.

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