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Snow/Sleet Approaching Northwest Alabama

Snow/Sleet Approaching Northwest Alabama

| February 17, 2021 @ 2:55 pm

ANOTHER WINTER STORM: A winter storm warning remains in effect for Lamar, Marion, Winston, Franklin, Colbert, Lauderdale, Lawrence, and Limestone counties through tonight… a winter weather advisory is in effect for Morgan, Madison, Jackson, Pickens, Fayette, Walker counties.

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Snow For Some; Rain For Most Of Alabama Today

Snow For Some; Rain For Most Of Alabama Today

| January 11, 2021 @ 5:07 am

RADAR CHECK: This morning snow is falling across Alabama generally north of a line from Aliceville to Jasper to Cullman to Guntersville; south of that line it is mostly rain along with some sleet.

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Some Snow For Far North Alabama Tonight

Some Snow For Far North Alabama Tonight

| January 7, 2021 @ 3:08 pm

RADAR CHECK: It is a cold, windy day across Alabama with numerous showers moving northward ahead of a deep, cold core upper low pushing into the state from the west. Temperatures are in the 40s, and some small hail has been observed with the showers today due to the cold air aloft.

Dynamic cooling associated with the upper low will likely change the rain over to snow across far North Alabama tonight, generally north of U.S. 278 (north of a line from Hamilton to Cullman to Gadsden).

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Windy, Cold Afternoon With Some Snow/Sleet

Windy, Cold Afternoon With Some Snow/Sleet

| November 30, 2020 @ 2:50 pm

COLD NOVEMBER DAY: As advertised, this has been a windy and cold late November day across Alabama; temperatures are settling into the 30s over the northern half of the state, and we have snow flurries, snow showers, and patches of light sleet continuing on radar. Temperatures will remain above freezing while the precipitation falls, and there won’t be any impact.

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Windy, Cold, Snow Flurries/Showers Today

Windy, Cold, Snow Flurries/Showers Today

| November 30, 2020 @ 5:49 am

WINTER-LIKE DAY: Temperatures will go the wrong way across Alabama today following the system that brought soaking rains and wind to the state yesterday and last night. We are in the 40s at daybreak, but look for 30s by mid to late morning with an icy north wind. As a deep upper trough swings through, it will squeeze out snow flurries and showers in the cold air over the northern half of the state today and early tonight.

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Rain Tonight; Snow Early Tomorrow; Sun By Afternoon

Rain Tonight; Snow Early Tomorrow; Sun By Afternoon

| January 28, 2019 @ 2:47 pm

QUICK HITTING WINTER STORM AHEAD: Hard to believe snow flakes are possible across Alabama tomorrow if you take a walk outside this afternoon. Temperatures are in the low 60s in many places with a good supply of sunshine. It almost feels like spring. But all eyes are on the Arctic front, now entering far northern Arkansas. That front will race through Alabama early tomorrow morning.

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Snow Ahead For North/Central Alabama Late Tonight/Early Tomorrow

Snow Ahead For North/Central Alabama Late Tonight/Early Tomorrow

| January 28, 2019 @ 6:07 am

PLEASANT TODAY: No winter weather issues for Alabama today; with a partly sunny sky the high will be close to 60 degrees this afternoon. But don’t get used to it; an Arctic cold front arrives after midnight with falling temperatures and the risk of winter mischief.

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Winter Storm Ahead For North Alabama

Winter Storm Ahead For North Alabama

| January 28, 2019 @ 4:53 am

UPDATE ON THE SNOW SITUATION LATE TONIGHT/TOMORROW MORNING… NWS has issued a winter storm warning for areas along and north of I-59; a winter weather advisory has been issued for areas as far south as Jackson, Monroeville, Prattville, Wetumpka, and Lafayette. TIMING: Rain will change to snow across the northwest corner of Alabama around midnight; […]

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Sunday Evening Notes On The Tuesday Snow Threat

Sunday Evening Notes On The Tuesday Snow Threat

| January 27, 2019 @ 6:45 pm

A winter storm watch remains in effect for most of North and Central Alabama for late tomorrow night and Tuesday morning.

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