The light rain and mist falling this morning will exit south and east before noon and the rest of Friday is mostly cloudy and cool with highs only in the low to mid 40s.
Our next chance for wintry mix comes Saturday morning and should mainly occur without incident. In fact, it's more likely we'll see rain rather than sleet or freezing rain. Temperatures will be hovering right around freezing but if we can cool to freezing, a light glaze will be possible on bridges and overpasses in northwest Alabama. Sunday (although still cold and windy) gives us a bit of a break in the active weather before the forecast gets much more complicated to start next week.
While the model data has been trending much too cold recently, there's at least a little bit of agreement among data sources that Monday into Monday night will be a time to watch closely when it comes to precipitation. It's much too early to try and nail down who (or if) will see rain/freezing rain/sleet/snow, but this is the part of the extended forecast that will be mostly closely scrutinized in the coming days.