Again? Chance for snow back in the forecast for Alabama next week

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"The transition from rain to the ice will be tricky", he said.

The heaviest rain will fall Friday afternoon and night, especially during rush hour. Temperatures will return to the teens and 20s on Sunday and Monday.

In addition, Long Islanders are urged to remain off of all frozen bodies of water - such as lakes, ponds - as increased temperatures and excessive rainfall may cause ice surfaces to weaken and become unsafe. The weather service said gusts could be strong enough to blow unsecured objects around and to knock down tree limbs and power lines.

The snow accumulation is predicted to not just hit Harlan County, but all of Eastern Kentucky as well.

The system is expected to exit the region Friday night. Cloudy skies will gradually become sunny and temperatures will rise to a high of 31. Chance of precipitation is 50 percent.

The weather service also issued an urgent winter weather advisory about freezing rain and sleet Saturday, along with what it called a "flash freeze".

Flood Watch for all of Western Massachusetts through Saturday afternoon. New precipitation amounts between a half and three-quarters of an inch possible. One to two inches of sleet and snow accumulation is expected. Mild temperatures and heavy rain could cause the ice to break up and form ice jams. "Use extra caution when venturing out", the National Weather Service said in a statement.

"Elevated winds will help to dry out some roadways but wind sheltered locations and normally prone elevated surfaces could experience black ice making for hazardous travel conditions late Friday evening through Saturday morning". Parts of Calloway, Marshall, Trigg, Lyon, Christian and Hopkins Counties in Kentucky are expected to get close to a quarter inch of ice. Notice the colder air behind it - that's arriving Saturday.

Snowfall will stop in southern IL between 6 and 9 A.M, but will continue until noon for west Kentucky. Low around 36. South wind 6 to 10 miles per hour.

SIOUX CITY | Cold temperatures are expected to remain in Siouxland through Sunday.

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