The Yellowhammer State will have a few more days of very cold conditions, and then the warm-up will occur.

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Saturday Outlook

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said, "Tomorrow will be a sunny but very cold day; the northern half of the state will stay below freezing all day. Highs will be in the mid to upper 30s for the southern counties.”

Sunday Outlook

There is “another hard freeze early Sunday morning, a warming trend begins with highs in the 40s by Sunday afternoon. The air will stay dry, and the sky will remain sunny,” said Spann.

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Hard Freeze Warning Information

“Hard Freeze Warning” from Friday, January 19 at 8:00 p.m. until Saturday, January 20 at Noon. The National Weather Service in Birmingham said that sub-freezing temperatures as low as 9 are expected. For the second Hard Freeze

Then, another warning from Saturday, January 20, at 6:00 p.m. until Sunday, January 21, at 9:00 a.m. During this time frame, sub-freezing temperatures as low as 8 are expected, said the National Weather Service in Birmingham.

Both “Hard Freeze Warnings” include the entire Townsquare Media coverage area.











Wind Chill Advisory Information

The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued a "Wind Chill Advisory” from Saturday, January 20, Midnight until 9:00 a.m. This includes a few counties within the Townsquare Media coverage area.




You can expect very cold wind chills with values as low as 5 below zero.




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