Don’t get used to the middle to upper 40s this morning. It won’t last much longer. Temperatures up the road are in the teens/20s with wind chills in the single digits and they are heading to the Tennessee Valley. Here is a look at area temperatures, regional temperatures and wind chills.
There is an outside chance of snow flurries today. Most areas won’t see much of anything. Accumulating snow is more likely well north and east of the Tennessee Valley. You can see snow developing to the north. That will drop several inches across the Ohio Valley and middle Atlantic today including Washington, D.C.. A dusting at best across northeast Alabama and southern middle Tennessee is possible.
Here is your temperature trend for the next five mornings. Expect a huge temperature shift ahead! We’ll start Wednesday morning in the middle teens with single digits possible Friday morning. This will rival what we had two weeks ago in the Tennessee Valley. Bundle up!!