I know the phrase “cold temperatures” is pretty subjective depending on where you are located. I’m pretty sure Northerners replanted in the South talk about us and our claim to “cold weather.” Let’s not even talk about snow and ice in the South.

Friday afternoon, I was on a zoom meeting where mostly everyone was in New York City. Their temperature “feels like 10 degrees.” Ouch.  For the South, we do have a shift in temperatures coming our way starting later tonight.

Currently, Winter Storm Orleana is impacting the Midwest headed to the Northeast, which should progress into a nor’easter. According to the Weather Channel, “87 million people are under a now under a winter storm watch, winter storm watch, or winter storm advisory.”

What you need to know is that a shift in temperatures for Alabama is in store. Monday and Tuesday will be much colder than what our past several days have been. I have broken down the projected temperatures by counties for you from the National Weather Service Birmingham.

Bibb County: Monday - High 49, Low 29. Tuesday – High 49, Low 27.

Fayette County: Monday - High 42, Low 27. Tuesday – High 48, Low 25.

Greene County: Monday - High 44, Low 30. Tuesday – High 49, Low 28.

Hale County: Monday - High 44, Low 29. Tuesday – High 49, Low 28.

Jefferson County: Monday - High 42, Low 27. Tuesday – High 47, Low 27.

Lamar County: Monday - High 42, Low 27. Tuesday – High 48, Low 25.

Perry County: Monday - High 44, Low 29. Tuesday – High 49, Low 27.

Pickens County: Monday - High 43, Low 29. Tuesday – High 49, Low 27.

Sumter County: Monday - High 45, Low 29. Tuesday – High 49, Low 27.

Tuscaloosa County: Monday - High 43, Low 29. Tuesday – High 49, Low 27.

Walker County: Monday - High 42, Low 29. Tuesday – High 48, Low 25.

(Source) For more information from the Weather Channel, click here. For more from the National Weather Service, click here.

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