There’s a Chance West Alabama Could See a White Christmas
If you've been dreaming of a white Christmas, you're in luck--there is a growing chance that Tuscaloosa could see snow on Christmas Eve.
The latest forecast from Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa and ABC 33/40 Chief Meteorologist James Spann calls for a chilly end of the week. A cold front is expected to move across the state late Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
"Thursday will be a day with temperatures falling into the 30s with an icy north wind. There is some chance of a little light snow, or snow flurries during the day as the cold air rushes in, but the deeper moisture will be pulling away, meaning little chance of anything meaningful," Spann said.
While we won't get an accumulation of snow, Tuscaloosa could still see snow flurries before Santa makes his arrival.
"Christmas Day will be sunny and very cold with morning lows between 15 and 25... followed by a high in the 37-44 degree range," Spann added.
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