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Topping off the snow with yet another few inches

Topping off the snow with yet another few inches

Light snow is likely for the region Tuesday into Tuesday night.

Cleveland is looking at around 1 to 2 inches by tonight, with a maximum of 3 inches by Tuesday morning. Through the course of the morning, snow will be picking up in intensity, but should still remain on the lighter side for most of the day. Expect cold, single-digit temperatures and wind chills below zero at times.

Temperatures continue to warm up on southerly winds into the upper 20s. Weather experts are saying there is a strong possibility that snow and sleet could hit the ArkLaTex Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday's highs will be around 45. Some snow showers will start as early as tomorrow morning in the western counties before a steady snow develops during the afternoon and evening.

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Temperatures begin to warm through the end of the week. The clouds will gradually clear, with blustery winds resulting in wind chills hovering around zero. Daytime highs on Wednesday will only be in the low 20s, even with some sunshine. Friday brings more warming, and what turns out to be quite the seasonable day.

By the weekend, sunny skies are probable with tempertures edging into the 50s.

The normal high temperature for mid-January in the Shoals is 50 degrees, with the normal low at 31, according to weather service data. We watch for the next shower chance, but for now, Sunday should be dry.