Central AL Forecast: Severe Weather Threat Over for Sunday

But, it is not looking like this next round of rain will bring severe weather, just heavy rainfall.

The outlook for Monday through Thursday looks looks good, with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low 50s, dropping to around or near freezing overnight.

A cold front will push through the Miami Valley early Sunday morning.

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A warm front will lift north through the state Tuesday night into Wednesday, followed by a cold front that will sweep through late Thursday.

Periods of heavy rain possible Sunday, with scattered showers throughout the day and highs in the mid to upper 70s. Then our next round of heavy rain moves in by Wednesday morning. Clouds will begin to decrease through the day Sunday with a high in the mid to upper 50s. Temperatures will be cooler too with highs near 50° after clouds clear out.

Monday Night.Partly cloudy. Small rain chance. After the rain stops early this afternoon, we will still be under an overcast sky for most of the afternoon. "Rain totals over the last week have been around 4 to 6" across the Ozarks.

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As we move into the month of March, a notable change in the overall weather pattern is expected to take place that will ultimately bring temperatures down closer to where they should be at this time of year. A high amount of uncertainty remains with regards to the evolution and track of this system as the various computer models all suggest different storm tracks.

SATURDAY: Rain/Snow Mix: High: Low 40s.

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