Matt Daniel, WBRC FOX6 News

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Birmingham, AL, United States

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FIRST ALERT: Isolated light showers Friday morning, rain likely Friday night into Saturday morning

Most of us are in the 40s with a few spots in the upper 30s. We are looking at a 20% chance for a few showers today. → Read More

First Alert for cool temperatures and increasing clouds Thursday

You’ll need to grab the heavy coat this morning as temperatures are nearly 20-30 degrees cooler this morning compared to this time yesterday. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day: Tornado Watch in effect until 6 a.m. Wednesday

A Tornado Watch is in effect until 6 a.m. Wednesday morning for several west and central Alabama counties. → Read More

First Alert for showers Friday morning; Drying out Friday afternoon

First Alert AccuTrack Satellite and Radar is showing us cloudy with showers moving into northwest Alabama ahead of a weak cold front. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Drying out this evening; Another round of rain expected Saturday

First Alert AccuTrack Satellite and Radar is showing us cloudy with showers moving into northwest Alabama ahead of a weak cold front. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Soggy start to Black Friday

We are looking at a mostly cloudy to overcast sky today. If you want to eat outdoors, the weather should cooperate. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Decreasing clouds, chilly temperatures Sunday

We will likely warm into the low to mid 40s by 10-11 a.m. with a partly cloudy sky. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Big drop in temperatures expected by this weekend; Tropical Storm Nicole gaining strength

We are looking at a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky this afternoon with high temperatures in the low to mid 80s. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Fantastic weather Friday, rain returns Saturday

We are starting out the day mostly clear and cool with temperatures mostly in the 50s. → Read More

Brief warm-up this weekend, but a significant cooldown expected next week

We are expecting plenty of sunshine and blue sky today. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Increasing rain chances on Labor Day Weekend

Humidity levels will likely increase tonight into tomorrow. → Read More

NOAA and Colorado State continue to forecast an active 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season

We have already recorded three named storms this season, but July was very quiet after Colin formed. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Increasing rain chances as we approach the weekend

When you factor in the humidity levels, it feels like it is in the upper 90s to near 100 degrees. → Read More

3,400 lighting strikes at one time from Pickens Co. to Talladega Co.

Lightning increased significantly from 500-800 strikes to nearly 3,500 in a matter of two to three hours. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Widely scattered showers, storms possible Tuesday afternoon and evening

A Heat Advisory begins now and continues until 9 p.m. Wednesday for most of Central Alabama. → Read More

First Alert for hotter temperatures Tuesday afternoon

A little mugginess will likely give us heat index values around 100°F this afternoon. → Read More

Dangerous heat and humidity levels continue Tuesday

A heat advisory is out for most of Central Alabama today from noon until 6 PM. → Read More

First Alert for lower rain and storm chances Friday

The big story is a complex of storms producing severe weather in parts of Oklahoma and Texas early this morning. They indicate a very low chance for a strong storm or two for parts of west Alabama later today. → Read More

First Alert for rounds of showers and thunderstorms Wednesday

The rain will likely shift to the east during the morning hours with another round of showers and storms likely developing late in the afternoon and evening hours. → Read More

First Alert for highs approaching 90° in some spots Wednesday

There’s a small chance we could see isolated showers develop after 6 PM, but most of us will remain dry. → Read More