Gardeners may want to protect sensitive plants Tuesday night because temperatures are expected to drop into the 20s, the National Weather Service said.“We probably need to watch for a freeze warning Tuesday night,” said Meteorologist Andrew Pritchett of the weather service’s Huntsville office.The low Tuesday night into early Wednesday could dip into the upper 20s and possibly the mid-20s in spots, he said.Lows tonight and Wednesday night will be around 32.
The Decatur area no longer faces any threats from flooding, but it will get chillier Tuesday night, according to the National Weather Service.“It looks like all the river levels have fallen down below flooding concern,” said Meteorologist Chris Stumpf of the weather service’s Huntsville office. “The rainfall we’re expecting today should be more on the light to moderate side.”Accumulation from two rounds of rain today into Tuesday isn’t expected to be more than one-half inch.
The Decatur area will experience more wet weather this week and could add to February’s above-normal precipitation before drying out Friday, forecasters said today.A warm front will bring rain Tuesday night into Wednesday, and will be followed by a cold front with more rain Wednesday night into Thursday, according to the National Weather Service’s Huntsville office.“We’re looking at 2 to 4 inches of additional rain in the three-day period or so,” said Andy Kula, an NWS meteorologist.The...
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