Opelika Alabama Weather
With mostly sunny skies, highs will be in the mid-60s, but rain is possible in some parts of the state, with highs around 60 degrees for most of Alabama on Saturday and lows around 40 degrees on Sunday. Saturday will also be largely dry, with little chance of a few showers and thunderstorms, and both Saturday night and Sunday morning will be drier in most states.
Daytime highs range from 87 to 3C, but 16 to 6C will feel fine given the humidity and wind. If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Opelika, the hottest months are July, August and then June. October, September, then November are The driest weather is said to be; the most common form of precipitation throughout the year is rain alone, based on this classification.
The windiest day of the year is March 7, and the wind is most likely to be in the mid to high 30s, with gusts of 30 to 40 km / h. Rain is possible in early July, but there will be no accumulation or impact. A few thunderstorms are possible when cold air enters, but that's the big story.
Monday will be windy and cold, with temperatures in the northern third of the state dropping into the 30s by afternoon. The dew point is 34degF (1degC), and it is likely that it will be 48degf (11 degrees) in central and eastern Alabama by afternoon, according to NOAA.
The dew point is 55 degrees in the mid-afternoon and east Alabama, and will be 51 degrees in the evening. In the northern third of the state, the dew point is likely to be 26 degrees F (3 degrees D), with temperatures in the 30s, according to NOAA.
The dew point will be 32 degrees Celsius (0 degrees Celsius), with temperatures in the 30s, according to NOAA. In the southern half of the state, the lowest is likely to be 8 degrees Celsius and temperatures will be 30 degrees.
The dew point will be 29 degrees Celsius (1 degree Celsius), with temperatures in the 30s, according to NOAA. In the northern half of the state, the lowest is likely to be 35 degrees Celsius (5 degrees C) and temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius (4 degrees Fahrenheit).
The skies will be mostly sunny, with temperatures dropping from 65 at kick-off to 60 at the final whistle. The dew point will be 27 degrees Celsius (0 degrees Celsius), with a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius (30 degrees Fahrenheit) and temperatures in the 30s.
With humidity, temperatures feel good for this year, with a fair chance of precipitation for half of the year. We certainly don't have major winter storms hitting the Northeast and Midwest, but we still get more than our share of dangerous weather during the winter months.
The most widespread rain will occur in the central and eastern parts of the state, with the worst of the storms likely to occur north of I-65. While it rains from the north, it is relatively light and spotty from the north, but the main danger is 2 + damaging winds. There could be light hail and strong gusts, and a few tornadoes are also possible.
Some strong storms are also possible in the southern half of the state, where the storm forecasting center has defined a risk of 2 + damaging winds and 1 + tornadoes. Section 18 of Alabama's 1955 law, a named storm, is one where rainfall of 1 to 2 inches is likely, so prepare now. The Alabama Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), the previous issue dated February 1, 2012, is hereby revised and replaced by the Alabama State Emergency Management Agency (ASMA) Emergency Plan for the state of Alabama. Under the authority conferred upon it by both the Georgia Constitution and Alabama's Code of Alabama and the powers and authority of the Alabama Governor, it has not been revised, replaced or replaced by any other state or local disaster response agency in Alabama or any other state or territory since the date of publication on April 20, 2006.
This has been changed to apply yesterday's lessons far beyond Alabama to the state of Georgia and to other states and territories in the United States.
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