The Cullman Times
It hasn't felt like the holiday season this week with the spring-like temperatures, but colder weather is on its way.
A strong cold front is expected to move across the area Monday bringing with it numerous showers and thunderstorms. Heavy rainfall is the main threat, but a few strong storms capable of gusty winds are possible.
Temperatures today are expected to reach the lower 70's, but as the front passes through Monday, temperatures will struggle to reach the lower 50's. The low Monday night is expected to be around freezing, while dipping to 27 Tuesday night.
High's Tuesday are forecast to be near 50.
Clear skies and a slight warm up are expected the remainder of the week, as temperatures near 60.