- A Canadian front arrives on Monday along with some light precipitation.
- Initially the air mass will be too warm for snow showers.
- Showers will impact areas north of I-20 on Monday morning.
- Colder air continues to filter in on Monday and by the afternoon hours, the rain showers will mix with snow to the northeast.
- Roadways will just be wet where this occurs across northeast Alabama.
- After sunset, colder air and lack of sunlight will allow rain to change to all snow.
- Marion to Walker to Jefferson to Shelby to Tallapoosa county and points eastward stand the best chance of seeing snowflakes.
- Minor accumulation is possible - best chance on elevated and grassy surfaces and mainly across the higher terrain.
- A few slick spots will be possible but nothing widespread.
- Snow showers come to an end around midnight with lingering clouds into Tuesday morning.
- A few flurries are possible on Tuesday morning but won't cause any travel issues.
- Then we deal with cold temperatures with highs mainly in the 30s on Tuesday.
- Our coldest morning over the next 7 days is on Wednesday.
- Lows in the lower to middle 20s can be expected.
- The cold snap doesn't last long and we will finish the week with highs in the 50s.
We'll continue to update you on the wintry precipitation and cold snap forecast in the coming days!
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist