The southern region should feel a temperature difference over the next few days. Some areas in the southeast are even experiencing temperatures 10-20 degrees lower than usual for this time of the year.

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In addition to the temperatures, portions could see a touch of winter magic. Here are the current thoughts on the possibility of snow flurries.


James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said a “cold core upper low will swing through the Tennessee Valley over the next 48 hours and will bring the chance of light precipitation to the northern third of Alabama.”

Potential Areas That Could See Snow

There is a chance of experiencing a few light rain showers or flurries tonight and in the early hours of tomorrow. As the day progresses, temperatures will increase to the mid-40s, and scattered rain showers may occur.

“A few snow showers are possible tomorrow night into early Saturday morning. The main chance of seeing a snowflake or two will be north of a line from Hamilton to Birmingham to Roanoke,” said Spann. “But for many communities, the precipitation will fall in the form of light rain.”

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In the majority of Alabama, we anticipate minimal to no effects on travel, as well as no snow accumulation. The ground retains its warmth, and surface temperatures will remain above the freezing point.

There is a possibility of experiencing slight snow accumulation in the elevated regions of Northeast Alabama, specifically areas above 1,000 feet.

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