Abigail is originally from southern Illinois, growing up in a small town east of St. Louis, Missouri. Being an April baby, storms have followed Abigail, leading to her down the path to becoming a Meteorologist and helping to feed her passion for severe weather.
Thunderstorms are her favorite type of weather. One tradition Abigail has brought with her to the Tennessee Valley is watching storms with her favorite spotter, Clyde, her dog.
Abigail attended Eastern Illinois University where she obtained a B.A and B.S focusing on Broadcast Meteorology.
Her hobbies include trying out new recipes, watching any and all movies as well as going on road trips with her husband, Joseph, and her dog Clyde.
For your afternoon, you can expect to see gusty winds, and at times heavy rainfall across the Valley. Thunderstorms are also likely to fire up as we go into your late afternoon and evening. All of this ahead of Zeta, which is expected to make landfall sometime this afternoon/evening.
Finally back to average today, but still trending warm for those overnight temperatures. Once again we will be talking about fog and a little bit of mist left over as we head into the evening hours. Lows will linger in the upper 50s and 60s tonight.
Scattered rain is still stretched across our east and southeast, as what’s left of a cold front moves out of the Valley. Showers will continue along I-59 as we go into the later evening tonight, but ease up as they head towards Georgia.
Very warm start to your morning with temperatures already in the lower to middle 60s. Clear skies for most of us, and a little muggy out there. For the morning we look to stay dry with humidity continuing to climb. As late afternoon approaches, rain begins to move in over the Valley.
For your afternoon, we can expect to see clearing skies and conditions becoming mostly sunny. Highs will once again be in the lower 80s.Tonight, mostly clear conditions with lows remaining on the warm and muggy side. We start off your Friday humid, and in the 60s with rain on the way.
Sunny and mostly clear for your afternoon with temperatures reaching into the lower 80s for the high. Our warming trend continues with hot and muggy afternoons rolling into your Thursday and Friday. Dry for today and tomorrow, but rain moves in as we go into your Friday afternoon.
A clear and warmer start to your Sunday morning by more than 10 degrees. Starting off warmer will help us get back to our average of 74 for the afternoon. Warm winds will aid in this as well as plenty of sunshine for the morning and afternoon hours. Not much activity is scheduled for your Sunday.
Frost advisory in effect until 8 am this morning for most of our northern counties .In the 30s to start off your Saturday morning. Cool and clear conditions for the morning will follow us throughout the day ahead. Highs into the upper 60s, still a few degrees cooler than average at this point.
Sunshine is beginning to break through the cloud coverage left over from this morning. Cool for your afternoon with highs only reaching the lower 60s. With a breeze added to that, you’re going to need that jacket, especially headed for that drive home.
Warm and sunny afternoon for your Thursday with highs reaching the 80s.Gusty winds throughout the afternoon will help to keep us warm well into the evening, but will switch to the north as a second cold front passes through. Overnight temperatures will take a slight dip into the 50s.
Post Tropical Delta’s center is now making its way towards the Valley, so we are not quite out of the woods yet. Rain still around early this morning and mostly off to our west. Scattered in nature, rain will be off and on throughout your Sunday morning, as the last bit of Delta moves through.
Tropical Storm Delta is still bringing rain into the Valley early this morning, but we will see a break in showers very soon. Throughout your Saturday morning into early afternoon rain will slow, but then pick back up as we go into the late afternoon and evening.
Now moving into the warm waters of the Gulf, Delta will grow even more in the next 24 hours. The National Hurricane Center is predicting Delta will return to Major Hurricane Status, before hitting the Louisiana coastline sometime late Friday evening.
Slightly warmer start for your early Sunday morning. We will continue to warm up a little quicker as we go throughout your morning and afternoon hours. Starting off mostly clear, clouds will begin to roll in for the late morning and afternoon.
Starting off cold for your Saturday, with highs in the lower 40s. Overall, from morning to evening, it is going to be a great day to be outdoors! Highs for today are in the lower 70s, under sunny skies.
Another beautiful day, but a bit on the chilly side. Winds continue from the north, bringing cooler temperatures for the afternoons, and especially evenings, headed into your weekend. For your Friday, highs are only expected to reach the upper 60s.
Crystal clear skies for the afternoon. We are well below average for your Thursday thanks to a cold front that passed through North Alabama early this morning. Winds will continue to bring in cooler air as we go into the evening with higher gusts at times. Highs will only reach the lower 70s.
Very warm start to Monday with highs in the middle to upper 60s under partly cloudy skies. An overnight system will be bringing more rain into Northern Alabama this morning and carry with it the chance at some more severe storms. Though we may see the more severe activity closer to the afternoon.
Another warm start to your day ahead with temperatures in the middle 60s. Higher humidity as well this morning that will carry into the afternoon and evening hours. Patchy fog, along with some scattered rain may impact plans for your Sunday.
Partly cloudy and muggy to start off your Saturday with temperatures in the 60s.We will gradually see more and more of the sun shining in the Tennessee Valley as we go throughout the day. Eventually, we will be looking at mostly sunny skies for your Saturday, and with that, warmer temperatures.
Some rain still lingering in the Valley this morning, but on its way out. Your Friday is looking more dry and calm. Gradually we will warm the next few days to get back to more normal temperatures, especially for the weekend, but then take another dip. Your morning, though a little rainy.