Alabama Vacation Weather
Alabama Weather is is hot and humid in the summer, and mild in the winter. The closer you get to the Gulf of Mexico, the wetter and warmer the weather becomes. Inland is drier and a little cooler.
Hurricanes are possible, as are tornadoes. October is the rainiest month. Snow only falls in northern part of the state, in the Appalachians.
Like much of the southern United States the best times to visit Alabama, weather-wise, are from the middle of fall through the middle of spring.
The record high temperature in Birmingham for the last 62 years was 106°F, and the standard yearly high is 73. The coldest day reported in Birmingham for the past 62 years was -6, and the average annual low daily temperature is 51. Birmingham usually receives an average of 54 inches of precipitation per year and averages 2 inches of snow yearly.
The hottest day in Huntsville Alabama for the past 38 years was 104°F, and the mean yearly high is 71. The coldest day reported in Huntsville for the past 38 years was -11, while the standard low annual daily temperature is 50. Huntsville usually receives an average of 58 inches of precipitation per year and averages 3 inches of snow.
The hottest day in Mobile Alabama for the past 64 years was 105°F, and the standard daily average high is 77. The lowest documented temperature for Mobile for the past 64 years was 3, and the average annual low daily temperature is 56. Mobile normally receives an annual average of 66 inches of rain.
The hottest day in Montgomery Alabama for the past 61 years was 105°F, while the mean high yearly temperature is 77. The lowest documented temperature for Montgomery for the past 61 years was 0, and the regular annual low is 53. Montgomery typically receives a yearly average of 55 inches of rain.