O'Hara says temperatures next week are expected make it into the 30's and 40's.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Ozarks for Sunday. The high Saturday is expected to be around 11 degrees and wind gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour are possible at any point into the evening, though the winds will die down overnight, Quinlan said. Temperatures will warm faster from the south, so there will be a quicker transition from anything frozen to rain.
Freezing rain is likely to fall on Hall County late Sunday night through mid-to-late morning Monday. This is the greatest concern for the Monday morning commute.
While single-digit temperatures were expected in Greensboro through early Sundaymorning, highs could hit the 60s by Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Any ice accumulations are expected to be relatively light, averaging less than a tenth of an inch.
In fact, the weather service in Huntsville said lows on Monday night will stay above freezing.
Following the brief period of freezing rainfall, daytime highs will then begin to rise each day into next week, warming into the 40s and then 50s as the week progresses.
Monday and Tuesday may see a high of 42 degrees, and Wednesday may reach 57 degrees. Localized higher amounts are possible.
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