(WAFF) - Rainy and cold conditions will continue to wrap things up this weekend.
The low-pressure system that has been riding the northern Gulf coast, providing all of this rain to our area, will continue to march farther eastward.
Rain coverage is expected to decrease by noon, and the Tennessee Valley will have a nice break from the rain. Highs will peak in the low 40s with cloudy skies.
Monday still holds the possibility for wintry precipitation. Morning temperatures will be above freezing for most, sitting in the mid-30s, but a few isolated locations could be at 32 degrees and those locations could have a wintry mix. If any snow or sleet develops, it will be just a dusting.
No accumulation is expected. All precipitation will be in liquid form by late morning.
Updates are constantly made on Monday’s forecast, so stay tuned with us for the latest.
Sunshine makes a much-needed comeback Tuesday with afternoon temperatures rising. Rain returns for the end of the week.