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The Next 24 Hours – Showers & Snowflakes on Saturday


A weak upper-air disturbance moving into the Tennessee Valley on Saturday morning brings a chance of some rain and a little snow where the precipitation is heaviest. The National Weather Service in Nashville has posted a Winter Weather Advisory for several counties along the Cumberland Plateau for light accumulations of snow Saturday morning into early afternoon.

Here’s the specific chance of getting at least a tenth of an inch of rainfall (or the liquid equivalent of rainfall) between 6 AM and Noon and from Noon to 6 PM:



Temperatures will stay on the chilly side all day thanks to the clouds, showers and flurries. Expect highs in the 40s Saturday afternoon, but it will not get quite as cold Saturday night. Temperatures will slowly drop into the 30s by Sunday morning.

Next week does look a little milder; be sure to check out our extended forecast discussion at!

Climate Data for February 2nd
Sunrise: 6:50 AM
Sunset: 5:09 PM
Average High: 53 Record 73 (1990)
Average Low: 33 Record 3 (1951)

Hours of Daylight: 10:33 (1 minute longer than Friday)

Saturday’s Temperature Trend and Rain Chance in Huntsville:

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