A major snow event in Auburn isn't likely Friday but wintry mix or a light dusting could be possible as a winter weather system moves through Alabama.
Classes have not been canceled.
Up to three inches of snow accumulation is likely in central Alabama throughout several counties north of the Auburn area in one of the earliest snow events in recent history, according to the National Weather Service.
Auburn isn't expected to receive any heavy snow or measurable accumulation. Most snow is expected north of a line Selma to Alexander City.
A light dusting or a wintry mix of sleet and snow could be possible in the Auburn area into Saturday morning. Ground temperatures are expected to remain above freezing, according to the NWS.
Lee County remains under a hazardous weather outlook but no watches or warnings have been issued. The Birmingham Nation Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for 18 counties in its central Alabama coverage area.
The University says it does not expect classes to be impacted.
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Chance of rain/snow mix in Auburn Friday. Little to no accumulation. No expected impacts to classes or campus operations. https://t.co/k0wuvkNFjD— AU Campus Safety (@AuburnSafety) December 7, 2017
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