Tonight and tomorrow night will be the coldest we have seen in quite some time. Because lows are expected to be below freezing for at least four hours, the National Weather Service in Mobile and Birmingham have issued a Freeze Warning overnight for all Alabama counties and Wayne County in Mississippi.
Unfortunately, tomorrow won't get any warmer and northern locations won't get out of the 40s and everyone else will be in the low 50. After another very cold night Wednesday morning, we slowly start to warm up Wednesday into the upper 50s and back to the 60s by Friday.
Rain chances will start to introduce themselves Saturday afternoon, but as of right now, it looks like the best chance for rain will be on Easter Sunday.
With temperatures expected to be so cold tonight, make sure your outdoor pets will have unfrozen water tonight. Also, if you have planted any sensitive plants, you will want to bring them in or protect them as they may not survive the night.
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