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Sub-zero weather bomb could bring snow storms

Sub-zero weather bomb could bring snow storms

Wednesday: We'll likely see a little more rain - forecasters expect a 30 to 50 percent chance of showers and highs between 50 and 55 degrees.

Temps: High of 78 degrees Monday and a low of 40 degrees Tuesday night.

Extended forecast Tuesday: Partly sunny with a high of 37 degrees and a low of 26 degrees.

The NWS is calling for a high temperature of about 50 degrees, with winds from the north at about 7 miles per hour, shifting to the southeast this afternoon.

Saturday will be mainly cold with sunny spells, with showers of rain turning to snow spreading from the west on Saturday evening ahead of more rain and sleet on another cold day on Sunday.

The storm will come out of the Rockies and an area of low pressure will develop in the lower levels of the atmosphere - bringing MUCH warmer weather to start the week. "But really the core of the cold air isn't going to arrive over the area until more toward Friday". "It will be very cold and get progressively colder coming into Friday", he warned. "Tomorrow, we'll start out warm in the upper 40s and then a strong cold front will push through and cause temperatures to start falling". "There could be some opportunities for snow showers or flurries".

Today will be the last of the mild weather, with top temperatures of between eight to 11 degrees.

Just when you thought it was safe to venture outside with just the one jumper on, we've sad news for you.

It could bring light snow to north Alabama on Saturday morning, which would change to rain in the afternoon as temperatures rise.

Widespread frost and icy patches are expected to return as temperatures fall between -2 and three degrees. Temperatures will drop below freezing Friday morning as the cloud cover decreases.