Arctic air is blowing in from Canada this weekend, and snow is falling in the north

Arctic air is blowing in from Canada this weekend, and snow is falling in the north

Where is winter? January’s Arctic blitz dropped Birmingham’s average temperature 13 degrees below normal from January 13 to 21. Since then, winter has disappeared. Watching the Arctic front return, but the cold weather doesn’t last long. A cold shot straight from the North Pole The North Pole is heading south toward Alabama this weekend, and it fits the mold of that pattern we told you about two weeks ago. Before that, we will have some beautiful days. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays look beautiful with mild afternoons and some sunshine. Clouds will increase during the day on Friday, and some showers will develop ahead of this strong cold front on Friday evening. How cold will it get? This isn’t like a January freeze, but it will be cold enough. Strong northerly winds following the front will keep Saturday’s high in the upper 40s looking more like the 30s and lower 40s for most of the day. We get a big freeze Saturday night with low temperatures dropping into the mid 20s in cold areas and approaching 30 degrees elsewhere. Sunday looks cold and dry: highs only in the upper 40s despite sunny skies. >> YOUR FORECAST: The latest from WVTM 13 meteorologists Can you expect it to snow? This is the imminent situation for us in central Alabama. A few days ago, it looked like a storm system might line up with the incoming cold air to hit the snowflakes. This opportunity looks much better in Tennessee: especially in the mountains. This seems unlikely at best at the moment; However, we will be watching for any weak, sneaky disturbances that could produce some flurries around north Alabama on Saturday. Then, the temperature should warm again next week: more 50s and 60s for the highs, 40s for the lows, and no rain. Threats until the end of the week. >> Check Your Area: WVTM 13 Live Doppler Radar Stay Weather Aware For the latest weather coverage for your area, click here. And stay up to date with alerts in the WVTM 13 app. You can download it here. For the latest weather information in Birmingham and the most accurate forecasts approved for Central Alabama, watch WVTM News 13. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, X, Twitter and Instagram previously.

Where is winter? That brutal January polar raid dropped Birmingham’s average temperature 13 degrees below normal from January 13 to 21.

Since then winter has disappeared.

Watch the Arctic Front

It’s back, but the cold weather doesn’t last long.

A cold snap straight from the Arctic is headed south to Alabama this weekend, and it fits the mold of that pattern we told you about two weeks ago.

Before that, we get some beautiful days. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays look beautiful with mild afternoons and some sunshine. Clouds will increase during the day on Friday, and some showers will develop ahead of this strong cold front on Friday evening.

How cold will it get?

This isn’t like a January freeze, but it will be cold enough.

Strong northerly winds following the front keep Saturday’s high in the upper 40s looking more like the 30s and lower 40s for most of the day.

Alabama - weather forecast

We get a big freeze Saturday night with temperatures dropping into the mid 20s in cold areas and near 30 elsewhere.

Alabama - weather forecast

Sunday looks cold and dry: highs only in the upper 40s despite sunny skies.

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>>Your expectations: The latest from WVTM 13 meteorologists

Are you expecting snow?

This is an imminent situation for us in central Alabama. A few days ago, it looked like a storm system might line up with the incoming cold air to hit the snowflakes. This opportunity looks much better in Tennessee: especially in the mountains.

Alabama - weather forecast

This seems unlikely at best at the moment; However, we will be watching for any weak rogue disturbances that could produce some flurries around north Alabama on Saturday.

After that, it should warm up again next week: more 50s and 60s for the top, 40s for the low, and no rain threats through the weekend.

>> Check your area: WVTM 13 live doppler radar

Stay aware of the weather

To get the latest weather coverage for your area, click here. And stay up to date with alerts in the WVTM 13 app. Download it here.

For the latest Birmingham weather information and the most accurate forecasts approved for Central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 News.

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, XAnd Twitter and Instagram previously.

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