A few showers will pass through the area during the pre-dawn hours but no risk of severe weather.

James Spann reports on his Alabama Weather Blog,

There is no risk of severe weather, I don’t expect any thunder, and rain amounts will be light, under 1/4 inch.

The sky will become mostly sunny tomorrow with a high in the upper 60s.

FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND: Sunny days, clear cold nights on these three days. We project lows between 30 and 34 degrees for most communities across North/Central Alabama early Saturday and Sunday morning with frost likely, and a freeze for colder spots. Some valley locations will reach the 20s. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 50s and low 60s.

NEXT WEEK: The weather stays dry Monday, but rain and storms are likely Tuesday and Wednesday with a dynamic storm system approaching from the west. Instability values look very low, which will limit any severe weather threat, but flooding is a possibility with rain amounts in the 2-3 inch range on these two days. See the Weather Xtreme video for maps, graphics, and more details.

He is also reporting clear and cold for Friday night high school playoff games with temperatures falling into the 40s.

Auburn fans can expect sunny skies with temperatures rising from near 54 at kickoff to 58 by the final whistle.

Alabama fans making the haul to Starkville can expect a sun filled sky. About 62 degrees at kickoff, falling into the low 50s by the fourth quarter.