More Rain LikelyFebruary 11th, 2014 at 2:33 pm by Jason Smith under FOX10 Stormtracker Weather
Rain Becomes Likely (Again)
After a little lull in the rainfall on radar today, chances ramp back up this evening. The stalled front remains in the northern Gulf of Mexico. An area of low pressure will develop and strengthen just to our south tonight. This will greatly increase our rain chances overnight and Wednesday. We will remain on the colder northern side of the boundary. Our temperatures will remain in the 40’s tonight and Wednesday.
Clearing and Mild
Rain chances end Wednesday night and some very nice weather is ahead in the extended outlook. We will see a sunny and chilly day Thursday with highs in the mid 50’s. Temperatures really increase for the end of the week and the weekend. Valentine’s Day should be very pretty with highs in the upper 60’s. Things stay nice and sunny into the weekend, with warm afternoon temperatures continuing.
Ice, Snow Well to our North
A significant winter storm will continue for areas in northern Mississippi, northern Alabama, and central and northern Georgia through Wednesday evening. Travel north of Jackson, Birmingham, and Atlanta is not advised. Significant freezing rain will fall, especially in northern Georgia and into the Carolinas. Some areas in n’east Alabama will see an additional 6” of snow. Areas like Dekalb County, Alabama have already seen 4”-6” thus far on top of Sand and Lookout Mountians. Check out this pic from @crimson dooley of Little river Canyon on Twitter. This is very close to my hometown of Mentone, AL.