Alabama's warmup begins but freezing rain possible Sunday night for some

Alabama's warmup begins but freezing rain possible Sunday night for some

Alabama's warmup begins but freezing rain possible Sunday night for some

Those who want summer forever may enjoy the coming weather.

With an expected high of only 7 degree today and winds gusting as high as 49 miles per hour, area residents should expect wind chills of minus 18 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Humidity in the Lowcountry is forecast to climb alongside temperatures, with early morning high percentages in the low 60s giving way to 85 percent early Monday before climbing into the 90s through Friday.

The National Weather Service has been tracking the days of the current frigid blast hovering over the middle and eastern part of the country. In the evening, expect partly cloudy skies, with a low around 27. Treated roads that have salt will likely be icy as freezing rain hits the surface, MoDOT said.

A man is reflected in a frozen window the morning after a massive winter storm on January 5, 2018 in Boston, United States.

MoDOT plans to have fully staffed crews with more than 200 plow trucks to clear the roadways from 7 a.m. Sunday into Monday afternoon.

Mead's advice: Get out on Tuesday and early Wednesday to enjoy the few days of respite from the cold.

Alabama's prolonged cold snap is reaching its end.

"Westerly flow along the lee of the Rockies will lead to sufficient downsloping across the Great Plains as highs soar into the 40s as far north as South Dakota on Sunday", the NWS forecast said. From there, day by day, things should start to warm up.

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