Michael Fish's NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast
WGBA Published February 5, 2018
We have a very fast-moving system passing to our south today. With that, the farther you live to the south, the better your chances of seeing a couple flurries or a little light snow. It's going to be another cold day with highs only making it into the mid-teens. Tonight, as that system quickly passes south, we still could see a few flurries or a snow shower, mainly south. If there would be any accumulation to the south, it would be only a trace to under 1". Tuesday, we'll have plenty of sun, but it's going to be cold. High temperatures will be below average with readings struggling to make it into the teens. There's going to be another chance of a little light snow late on Tuesday night, but if there would be any accumulation, it would be minor, if anything at all. Lows will bottom out closer to 0. Wednesday, if we hold on to a few flurries or a little light snow in the AM, that will be moving out with some breaks of sun. Highs will still be cool with readings topping out in the mid-teens. The cold air sticks around for most of the upcoming week.