Archive for March 2nd, 2013

A Bitterly Cold Night

A Bitterly Cold Night

| March 2, 2013 @ 8:21 pm

The snow we saw most of today will be tapering off as we head through the rest of tonight. Along with the snow, the clouds will be slowly getting out of here as well. With already cold temperatures and clearing skies, we can expect overnight lows to bottom out in the mid 20s in central […]

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Spotty Snow Showers Continue

Spotty Snow Showers Continue

| March 2, 2013 @ 4:13 pm

Across Central Alabama snowflakes and some light snow showers continue late this afternoon and evening. Snow should continue into the overnight hours but should really begin to taper off around midnight. Across portions of northern Tuscaloosa, Walker, Jefferson, Blount and St. Claire Counties, there are some more intense snow echoes showing up on radar. That […]

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February Rains Improve Drought Conditions

February Rains Improve Drought Conditions

| March 2, 2013 @ 2:15 pm

The last month of meteorological winter saw a wide range of rain fall totals across the state of Alabama. Depending where you were in the state, you would have seen anywhere from a couple of inches of rain to nearly two feet. The southern counties in the state were the big winners as several frontal […]

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In The News Today…

In The News Today…

| March 2, 2013 @ 12:54 pm

AL.com/Birmingham News Reporter Mike Oliver penned an excellent article about our efforts to bring all of the elements of the weather enterprise across Central Alabama together to share, network, learn and serve. Here is a link to the article. We have the opportunity to make some big things happen in the Association, with top notch […]

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More Snow Coming In

More Snow Coming In

| March 2, 2013 @ 12:44 pm

The latest scan of the radar shows more widespread and heavier snow showers now making their way into the Tennessee Valley of North Alabama. I have seen a few reports from Madison and Limestone Counties of pretty descent snow showers ongoing. Up in Nashville, they have had light snow for several hours. This activity will […]

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