The last two weeks have been a mixed bag of stormy weather, rain and spring-like temperatures, but it looks like Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama are in for some colder, more January-type weather this week.
Much colder air settles into the area yesterday and it will stay in place through mid-week. A cold core upper low will swing through the region tonight and Tuesday morning. There is the chance that it might squeeze out one or two snow flurries, but the air will be extremely dry and if that happens there will be no impact.
Otherwise, look for sunny days and clear nights through Wednesday. Next chance of rain comes toward the end of the week… Thursday night and Friday.
If you’re looking for any snow or ice, you probably won’t see it for the rest of January, according to the long-range forecasts.