We just want to say that we are still thinking about all those that were impacted during the severe weather threat on Thursday. The National Weather Service will be conducting preliminary storm surveys today for multiple areas across Central Alabama. We will provide more details on the tornado totals as soon as information is available.

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Even by yesterday early evening you could feel the shift in the temperatures. Today most of our coverage area will be in the 40s while the southern portion could see low to mid-50s. Tonight most areas should fall below freezing.

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that as a “deep, cold core upper trough passes overhead, a few sprinkles or snow flurries are possible... but no impact or accumulation is expected.”

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Spann said that “the weekend will feature sunny cool days and clear cold nights. The high tomorrow will range from the mid-40s across the Tennessee Valley to the mid-50s near the coast. Highs Sunday will be in the 50s and 60s after another sub-freezing start.”

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