Flash Flooding is a real threat today. Click here to see our live interactive radar.

Wintry weather moves across the Valley, here is the latest on what to expect

Light snow and sleet showers taper off completely just after midnight, and although we don’t expect a lot of snow, even a little bit of snow will make some roads slick until we get some sunshine on them Saturday morning. Temperatures plunge into the lower and middle 20s overnight, so any ‘wet’ or ‘slushy’ roads will have solid ice on them by sunrise.

Saturday looks blustery and cold: highs around 29ºF with a stiff northwest wind making it feel more like the single digits in the morning and the teens in the afternoon. It will be dry, though!

Need travel information? Road conditions in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee here:
Click here for Alabama road conditions via ALDOT
Click here for Tennessee travel via TDOT
Click here for Mississippi travel via MDOT

Jan. 12th and 13th

Needing info on the go? Track wintry weather with WHNT.com’s Interactive Radar or swipe over to the radar feature on Live Alert 19!