- Associated Press - Saturday, January 23, 2016

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Forecasters say a coastal area in Alabama experienced snow flurries during the overnight.

National Weather Service meteorologist Joe Maniscalco says some flakes fell at the Mobile Regional Airport late Friday night. But Maniscalco says there was not even an inch that accumulated by Saturday morning.

Maniscalco expects some cloudiness north of the coastline with no reported snow in the area heading into Sunday.

Meteorologist Kurt Weber in Huntsville says Madison County of northern Alabama saw light snow around 6 a.m. Saturday. But he expects gusty winds around 25-30 mph in the area with wind chill in the lower 20s.

Weber says snowfall should end around noon in northeast Alabama including Madison County. He expects the weather to drop into the lower 20s Saturday night then climb into the mid-40s by Sunday.

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