|Severe Weather Information|
Friday, February 13 @ 1pm
According to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Birmingham there is a window for Central Alabama, including Elmore County, to see wintry precipitation in the early morning hours of Monday. Below you will find a graphic of the type of wintry precipitation being forecasted now provided by the NWS. The critical timeframe at this point for Autauga and Elmore Counties is between 3:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. on Monday morning due to the forecasted lows being in the high 20’s to around 30 and rain moving into the area. Confidence is low at this time with regards to the type, timing and amount of precipitation. We should see temperatures rise above freezing mid-morning on Monday. At this point it appears to be a narrow window for frozen precipitation. With the uncertainty in this forecast and with the timing being likely to change, please check for additional updates. Forecasting of wintry weather is always extremely difficult and rarely 100% accurate as we have seen. So be prepared if we do see a period of this wintry precipitation.
As always, we will be monitoring this system closely and will keep you updated.
You may always watch the National Weather Service's Daily Multimedia Briefing on their website.
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