Decatural Alabama Weather
A winter weather warning is in effect for much of northwest Alabama through Sunday afternoon and early Monday morning. Most of the rain will fall in the morning and evening hours in northwest Alabama, with precipitation in most areas in the mid to late 60s and in most areas in the 70s.
The precipitation will then slowly turn into a rain-snow mix, and a mix of rain and snow is possible in parts of northwestern ambience from late Sunday afternoon to early Monday morning. Rain is mostly expected through Monday afternoon, with most areas seeing rain in the mid-to-late 60s and into the 70s.
Temperatures will warm slowly by a few degrees in the morning hours, but the effects will diminish and completely diminish. Daytime highs range from 30 to 35 degrees through Monday morning, with highs in the mid to late 70s. Given the humidity, these temperatures feel good for this year and given the humidity and wind, 58-8C (14- 7F) will feel good.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Decatur, the hottest months are July, June and August. Temperatures rarely drop below 68-6 degrees Celsius and the warmest time of the year is usually at the beginning of August, when highs regularly reach 92-5 degrees. If you're looking for dry weather, September, August and October are the peak months, with highs in the mid to late 70s.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November). The quietest day of the year is July 28, and the wind is light to moderate to strong, with gusts of up to 50 km / h. Winds are moderate to brisk, at 30 to 40 km / h during the day, at night at 30 to 30 km / h.
There is no difference between UTC time and local time, although there is a slight difference in day and night time and in some cases in weather forecasts. You can estimate how the forecast might turn out at a given time by using the times before and after or at any desired time.
This is based on the Universal Time Code (UTC) and calculates an independent value from the perceived temperature. Note that there is no difference between the date specified in the launch code and the forecast page and the weather forecast.
Different types of precipitation are observed every day, with the exception of trace amounts, but the most frequent form of precipitation during the year is rain alone, with the classification based on the number of days when rain or snow falls on the same day. The percentage of time spent with the cloudy sky, by percentage of the time. This excludes hours when the average wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h and hours when the wind direction is in one of the four main wind directions.
Autumn, which runs from mid-September to early December, is similar in temperature and rainfall to spring, but starts relatively dry and tends to be relatively evenly heavy, although it starts to rain from early to mid-July. August and October are on average slightly drier months, and in the second half of the year there is a slight increase in days with rain or snow. Rainfall is relatively uniform from the end of June to the end of July, with the exception of a short rainy season in early to mid-August.
From July to October, the Decatur area occasionally experiences severe thunderstorms with wind gusts of up to 100 km / h. These storms will cause damaging winds and large hail, but no impact is expected, and rainfall will fall as cold rain. Some weather stations have reported deep snow, free of snow every year, as a result of a combination of heavy snowfall in the winter months and cold, wet weather.
In 2011, up to 20 inches of snow fell in Decatur in a single storm, and as much as 10 inches in a day during the winter months.
The wettest month is December (67.3%), by far the warmest month since 1963, and the second warmest month of the year, only behind June (68.4%). Summer is hot and humid, with temperatures in the mid-70s and high 80s during the summer months. The least humid months are October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October.
While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly, and while temperatures can fall at night, sweltering nights typically follow sweltering days. Skies are mostly clear and will show in the mid to high 70s and high 80s during the day and low to mid 80s or higher at night.
The precipitation value, based on three hours of precipitation around the hour in question, is 10 for precipitation and falls linearly. The cloud cover is -10 for a cloudless sky, and it falls linear, so