(WAFF) - A cold Wednesday will turn into a colder night. After sunset, 40s quickly transition back to the 30s. Lows will fall into the upper 20s through the overnight hours with a mostly clear night. A freeze warning will be in place from 6 p.m. this evening until 8 a.m. Thursday.
Thursday will include sunshine and a cold start, but the day warms into the mid 50s by the afternoon.
Friday will wrap up the work week with showers. Rain begins early and should loosen up in coverage in the afternoon.
Saturday brings the weekend showers and strong storms with the possibility of heavy rain and gusty winds.
The wet weather will track into the Valley from the west and will become more widespread in the afternoon. Currently, the highest threat for severe weather is to our west.
The end of the weekend will be much calmer. Sunday morning could have a few lingering showers, especially for eastern cities. The sky will bring back peaks of sunshine and temperatures will be on the warm side, with highs in the upper 60s.
Most of the upcoming week will feature highs in the 60s. The middle of next week will bring back wet weather on Wednesday and Thursday.