Weekend weather: More snow and rain followed by sun

Weekend weather: More snow and rain followed by sun

Weekend weather: More snow and rain followed by sun

But the warmth won't last, as much colder air arrives over the weekend as a cold front sweeps the rain and warmth out to sea by Saturday morning. The colder air may build in from the bottom up, which would mean a brief period of surface temps dropping below 32 degrees even as rain is still falling, which could result in a light glaze of ice, primarily on elevated surfaces. East wind around 5 miles per hour becoming south in the afternoon.

During Friday night and Saturday morning the winds will gust between 20-to-40 miles per hour over most of the area, especially centered over southeastern Mass. Widespread fog. High near 58. The cold continues, with the low Saturday morning about 15. An area of low pressure will form well to our south, say down around Louisiana, and track northeastward along the boundary. The day Sunday will be sunny with a high between 37 and 40 degrees. We are still mild and our official high temp for Saturday will likely come at 12:01am and could break the record.

The weather service warns that plummeting temperatures will cause wet surfaces to freeze quickly as the temperatures drop into the 20s and teens Thursday morning, causing icing on surfaces beneath the snow.

The National Weather Service is predicting rain from about 7 p.m. Wednesday to 11 p.m. with temperatures around 36 - so hopefully not too much freezing rain and ice. Little or no ice accumulation expected.

A wintry mix of freezing rain following by snow is expected following the passing of a strong cold front on Thursday, the National Weather Service in Tulsa said. It is going to happen and we need to focus on moderate rain that is going to move into the region. The rain is going will hold off until Friday, with the bulk of it coming in two waves, on Friday evening and then Saturday morning.

Temperatures by sunrise will be hovering around 10° with wind chills near zero. We have the snowfall outlook at the bottom of this article. Chance of precipitation is 50 percent.

Forecasters are certain Cullman County and surrounding areas will receive some kind of precipitation this weekend. Temperatures will drop to below freezing before 10 AM and likely not warm back above freezing until Monday.

Martin Luther King day is expected to be partly sunny with a high near 36 degrees.

Sunday, mostly sunny, with a high near 17.