BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A Hard Freeze Warning remains in effect from midnight tonight through noon on Tuesday, followed by a Hard Freeze Watch through Thursday morning. Temperatures will range from 10-20 degrees each morning, and some locations across northern counties could experience single-digit lows on Tuesday morning.
The warning and watch areas impact 39 counties including Talladega, Clay, Coosa, Tallapoosa, Jefferson, and Shelby and the cities/towns of Sylacauga, Talladega, Rockford, Alexander City, and Dadeville.
A Hard Freeze Warning means very cold temperatures are imminent or highly likely and especially hazardous to property, pipes, pets, and plants. A Hard Freeze Watch means very cold temperatures are forecast.
With precipitation ended in neighboring areas where temperatures are expected to be below freezing, an earlier Winter Weather Advisory has been cancelled. According to the National Weather Service, some light rain may still occur on Sunday afternoon south of I-20, but temperatures in these areas will remain above freezing.