No doubt we are experiencing unseasonable temperatures in Alabama and across the United States. There was snowfall in many spots in the Northeast and Midwest United States earlier this week.

In Alabama, Tuscaloosa set a record daily low maximum temperature according to the National Weather Service. Yesterday, Wednesday, April 21, 2021, the high temperature was 61 degrees. “This breaks the old record low maximum temperature for April 21st, which was 63 degrees in 1993.

You will be happy to know that even though we are off to a cold start this morning, “afternoon highs will be 30 to 35 degrees warmer with mostly sunny skies,” according to the National Weather Service in Birmingham.

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist note that we woke up to a “FROSTY START: Here are some temperatures across Alabama just before sunrise.”

Black Creek 28

Fort Payne 28

Gadsden 29

Haleyville 29

Heflin 29

Weaver 31

Millport 31

Meridianville 31

Albertville 32

Scottsboro 32

Talladega 32

Pell City 32

Anniston 33

Decatur 33

Huntsville 34

Bessemer 34

Prattville 35

Demopolis 36

Birmingham 37

Tuscaloosa 38

Montgomery 42

Mobile 44

Here is the outlook for our coverage areas for Thursday:

Sunny with a high near 68

Bibb County

Sumter County

Sunny with a high near 67

Fayette County

Greene County

Hale County

Lamar County

Perry County

Pickens County

Tuscaloosa County

Walker County

(Source) For more information from the National Weather Service Birmingham, click here. To follow James Spann on Facebook, click here.

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