HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Forecasters say they're expecting wind gusts of up to 25 mph and wind chills in the single digits in parts of north Alabama early this week.
National Weather Service forecasters say high winds are expected Monday afternoon and frigid wind chills are expected to move in on Tuesday morning in an area including Florence, Decatur, Huntsville, Cullman and others. Meteorologists say wind chills could drop to the single digits and below zero in high altitude areas.
Forecasters say they're anticipating a mix of rain and sleet early Monday morning and possible snow flurries. Forecasters aren't expecting any accumulations.
Meteorologists say temperatures are expected to drop throughout Monday and overnight lows could reach the low 20s and high teens. Daytime highs on Tuesday are expected to reach the 30s and 20s.