- Satellite and radar data combined shows our next system brewing across the Upper Midwest
- A few showers are possible on Monday morning though temperatures are expected to be too mild to support snow.
- Additional showers pass by from time to time during the afternoon hours and temperatures rise into the 40s.
- As the atmosphere cools at all levels, precipitation will transition from rain to snow during the evening hours on Monday.
- A quick burst of snow impacts parts of the WBRC viewing area during the overnight hours.
- A dusting can't be ruled out, especially across the higher elevations.
- The snow will most likely melt when it hits the roadways but have a better chance of sticking on grassy and elevated surfaces.
- I can't rule out rogue icy spots developing, but they will be very few and far between.
- The model barely paints a dusting potential across central Alabama on Monday night into early Tuesday morning.
- That's how patchy it will be in nature.
- The bigger and more widespread impact is going to be the cold.
- Temperatures fall into the 20s by Tuesday morning and stay in the 30s during the day.
- New data suggests the cold lingering longer and I have adjusted temperatures accordingly.
- I blended the long range model data due to the differences.
Look for additional updates on the WBRC First Alert Weather App. as we get new data in today!
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist