We're quiet and cold tonight and the first part of Wednesday. Lows are in the teens and highs Wednesday will have a hard time hitting the upper 30s.
Keep in mind the fact that models have had a very difficult time with temperatures recently. There's some indication that we'll stay cold Wednesday, meaning the precipitation that arrives later in the afternoon will start as snow or a wintry mix, mainly in northwest Alabama.
It is still somewhat uncertain where the freezing line will be tomorrow, but expect up to two inches of snow with .10" to .20" of ice accumulations due to freezing rain and sleet in northwest Alabama and Lincoln Co. As the night goes on, some data sources show that it all transitions to rain by Thursday morning. With colder air moving in again, a mix to snow is expected as the moisture wraps up later Thursday evening. With this expected, a WINTER STORM WATCH takes effect for Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, Limestone, Lawrence, and Lincoln Counties Wednesday afternoon.
Once this next storm system is out of here, we get a break until the end of the weekend when the next front rolls through. It only brings a few showers Sunday night into Monday morning, thank goodness.