The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Ozarks for Sunday.
According to NWS, the winter storm will bring a wintry mix to the area on Sunday.
The next chance for substantial precipitation is Wednesday when Danielson said there's a chance rain will change over into snow. Freezing rain could impact travel conditions, so check the condition of roads before departing Monday morning.
There's a chance for scattered snow showers on Monday afternoon, he said, but they would lead to "little or no accumulation" in the region, he said. The high for the day will be near 35, with a south wind of 5 to 9 miles per hour becoming light southwest in the afternoon. In the evening, expect partly cloudy skies with a low around 6 and a northeast wind of 3-6 miles per hour. Overnight, the skies will be mostly cloudy, with a low around 17 and a south wind of 6-8 miles per hour. The expected high will be around 34.
In the evening, the Parkland could see rain, possibly mixed with freezing rain, before 3 a.m.
Precipitation is more likely Friday night, but with warming weather it should fall as rain. An area of low pressure will push a precipitation into the area mainly overnight into Monday.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny with a high near 44.
Cloudy skies, light-to-moderate breezes, and steady temperatures in the low 20s are projected for Sunday night.
It will still be on the chilly side today, with highs forecast to reach only the upper 30s in north Alabama, 40s in central Alabama and low 50s in south Alabama.