Windy, cold weather is the story through tomorrow with the potential of snow flurries or snow showers. Best accumulation potential will come across the high terrain of Northeast Alabama... please see the ABC 33/40 Weather Blog for a detailed look at the potential impact: http://www.alabamawx.com
Snow flurries and snow showers will move across North and Central Alabama tonight and tomorrow; generally a low impact event, but a few spots could see light accumulation. Please see the blog for detailed look at what to expect: http://www.alabamawx.com/?p=99039
Much colder air blows into Alabama tonight and tomorrow with a chance of snow flurries/snow showers. Please see the ABC 33/40 Weather Blog for a complete look at the impact and what to expect... http://www.alabamawx.com
A blast of very cold Arctic air invades Alabama tomorrow, and light snow flurries/showers will accompany the cold air over the northern half of the state. Here is a detailed look at what to expect on the ABC 33/40 Weather Blog...
As discussed here for days, the northern half of Alabama will experience a shot of very cold Arctic air tomorrow through Wednesday. And, during the cold air advection process, there is a pretty good chance of snow flurries or snow showers late tomorrow, tomorrow night, into Tuesday.
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