Overnight through Saturday morning, a band of mostly rain will race through North Alabama. There is the chance for a few rumbles of thunder but nothing strong or severe. We will also see gusty southerly winds along and out ahead of the cold front early Saturday morning. Gusts to 25-35 mph will be possible through the late morning hours but winds should quickly drop off by the afternoon. Wet weather exits the region, including Sand Mountain, around noon. Highs will touch the low to mid 60s with even some sun to finish Saturday afternoon.
Sunday morning and afternoon looks dry and cooler as highs reach the 50s. However, a second system rolls in just after sunset through Monday morning. A quick burst of rain is possible with much colder air wrapping in. Yes, it is possible a few areas may see wet snowflakes mixing in at the tail end. No accumulation is expected, and the chance of seeing snow is slim.
North Alabama will dry out by lunchtime Monday but highs will struggle to reach the upper 40s. The next chance for rain and even a few wet snowflakes will be Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.