Category: Alabama’s Weather

Civil Emergency Message for Several Counties in Central Alabama

Civil Emergency Message for Several Counties in Central Alabama

| January 17, 2018 @ 6:34 am

Wintry precipitation has accumulated and made the roadways extremely hazardous. Temperatures are unlikely to warm above freezing today. Please limit unnecessary travel and use extreme caution if you must travel.

Read More

Sunshine Returns, But Below Freezing Today

Sunshine Returns, But Below Freezing Today

| January 17, 2018 @ 6:30 am

The winter weather advisory for Southeast Alabama will be cancelled soon as the snow ends and the sky clears. Today will be sunny but cold, most of North/Central Alabama will remain below freezing all day, and a brisk northwest wind of 10-20 mph will make it feel colder. Hopefully the sun, wind, and dry air will help with the sublimation/evaporation process, but some secondary roads will probably stay icy through tonight, especially where heavier snow came down yesterday and last night.

Read More

An Early Morning Look At Conditions Across Central Alabama At 5:55 AM

An Early Morning Look At Conditions Across Central Alabama At 5:55 AM

| January 17, 2018 @ 5:57 am

Much of the snow activity has moved out of the state at this point, with the last remaining snow showers lingering in the extreme southeastern parts of Central Alabama from Lanett in southeastern Chambers County, to Goshen in southwestern Pike County.

Read More