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Winter weather fails to appear on Wednesday morning

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

The chance of winter weather on Wednesday morning died away as a blast of cold air from the north failed to catch the southward-moving precipitation. A few northern counties in Alabama may have seen a wintry mix, but nothing frozen stayed on the ground.

The forecast for Wednesday remains rainy until late morning, when clouds will start breaking up. Highs will be in the low 40s. By Wednesday night, the lows should drop pretty low to around 20 degrees.

The weekend should be clear with temps warming each day. Monday and Tuesday could bring a chance of rain and thunderstorms.

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