This week we will continue to see seasonal-like temperatures with dry conditions until Friday. Now, the big question is, could we see some snow this weekend?

 

The National Weather Service in Birmingham advises that “depending on the track of this system, rain may change to snow for parts of central Alabama with some accumulation potential. It remains too soon to resolve the crucial details.”

The Outlook from the National Weather Service in Birmingham

What:

Rain changing to snow with some accumulation expected

Where:

Accumulation is possible generally near and north of Interstate 20 while rain may mix with snow further to the south

When:

Saturday overnight through Sunday afternoon

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James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that “there is a chance we will see snow showers over about the northern third of the state in the colder air, but typically in this scenario we don't have any serious travel impact. While some light accumulation is possible in grassy areas, temperatures should be a little above freezing and roads will remain wet through the afternoon.”

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