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April Snow In Alabama

| 7:40 am April 7, 2009 | Comments (4)

From Cleburne County…

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James Spann

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  1. Wayne Ingram Cherokee County, Al says:

    Getting a few snow showers at 8:a.m. NWS radar showing up as light rain it’s so fine. Out my window I can see a pretty decent one coming. Current temp is 34 degrees w/a wind thats calming a lot.
    Wayne On The Lake

  2. shep says:

    Just had tiny flurries and then grauple Gadsden/Rainbow City–wish I was in Mentone for this.

  3. marly says:

    Few flakes falling in Jacksonville.

  4. BeninGrantley says:

    Still getting some snow here, nothing major but it does have the roof and everything elevated in a light dusting. Temp is 31 winds are dying a bit here too. Any April snow is rare so this is interesting seeing how warm it had been for such a long time.

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