That is the question on the minds of many Alabamians as we approach mid-week. There is some disagreement among the models. One thing they all seem to have in common is that if Alabama gets a significant snow, it will likely be south of Birmingham. Some models keep the bulk of the precipitation in the Gulf. Other models push some significant precipitation in to South Alabama.
After looking at several models and thinking about history, I am believing that enough moisture pushes into South-Central Alabama to set up a band of significant accumulation in communities such as Thomasville, Selma, Montgomery, and Auburn.
Disclaimer: It is very much too early to put any serious stock in this map (3 days out), but it is interesting to consider nonetheless.
Radar Update at 10 a.m. - Two mesoscale convective vortices are pushing north and northeast across Central Mississippi at this hour. One will impact West Alabama as early as 11:30 a.m.
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