Wednesday will see a frost advisory from the National Weather Service as the temperatures drop down to the low 30’s between 3-9 a.m.

 Cullman County EMA Director Phyllis Little said this will hopefully be the last freeze the area will experience diving into spring weather.

“We’re at the end of March, almost to the first of April, but with Alabama’s weather, you really can’t rule out cold fronts until the temperature gets to 75-80 degrees,” Little said. “We’ve had snow in April. That’s the thing about the south, if you’ll just wait a few days, you’ll get whatever weather you want, whether it’s snow, heat, or humidity,” she said jokingly.

Little said they are looking at the possibility of thunderstorms this upcoming weekend.

“It’s spring time, and in Alabama we can go from weather extreme to another in just a few days,” Little said.

According to the National Weather Service in Huntsville, a light freeze is possible late Monday and Tuesday morning, as well as, a damaging hard freeze Wednesday morning.

“Temperatures will fall into the lower 30’s across parts of the Tennessee Valley, should make preparations for widespread dangerous subfreezing temperatures,” The NWSH said. 

* Lauren Estes can be reached by e-mail at laurene@cullmantimes.com or phone 256-734-2131, ext. 137

 

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