Huntsville, Ala. Colder weather is on the way to Alabama, and forecasters say things could turn wintry early next week.
A blast of cold air is supposed to move across the state Saturday, bringing low temperatures in the 20s and 30s, and highs in the 40s and 50s on Sunday.
Forecasters say conditions will even be rough on the coast, with the possibility of gale-force winds around 40 mph and 7-foot waves.
The National Weather Service says the cool air will stick around, and there's a possibility of winter precipitation Monday through Wednesday in the northern counties.
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