You might be one of the many folks in the Tennessee Valley still hoping for some snow.
While the details will need to be adjusted in the coming days, we do see another chance this week. The system comes in Tuesday morning, and temperatures should be cold enough for anything that falls to come down as snow.
As much as half an inch to 1 inch of snow is possible for the majority of north Alabama, but a corner of northwest Alabama may see a little more (1″ to 1.5″ of snow). Any snow that falls will stick to surfaces and make for tough travel.
We’ll need to continue adjusting these numbers as the system gets closer though. Don’t let your guard down: Any snow that falls will stick to surfaces and make for tough travel.
Arctic Air Keeps Coming: Tuesday will be a cloudy, breezy, and downright cold day with highs in the 20s. Tuesday night skies will clear and temperatures will plummet. If we have snow on the ground, it’s likely that we’ll drop into the single digits by Wednesday morning with wind chill values 5-10 below zero.
The arctic air will keep us in the low 20s through Wednesday afternoon with wind chills in the teens. We won’t make it above freezing again until Thursday afternoon.