Category: Met 101/Weather History

March 1993 Blizzard Memories:  Bill Murray

March 1993 Blizzard Memories: Bill Murray

| March 12, 2018 @ 2:25 pm

Bill Murray shares his video memories of the historic 1993 Superstorm.

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March 1993 Blizzard Memories:  James Spann

March 1993 Blizzard Memories: James Spann

| March 12, 2018 @ 1:33 pm

James Spann shares his memories from the March 1993 Blizzard in Alabama.

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March 1993 Blizzard Memories:  J.B. Elliott

March 1993 Blizzard Memories: J.B. Elliott

| March 12, 2018 @ 12:30 pm

The March 1993 Blizzard was an amazing storm that never be forgotten by anyone who lived through it. The late, great J.B Elliott penned this account on the blog in 2007.

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Welcome To March… And To Meteorological Spring

Welcome To March… And To Meteorological Spring

| March 2, 2018 @ 8:00 am

A transition time has arrived in Central Alabama, as we enter the month of March and the start of Meteorological Spring.

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Important Thoughts from NWS Birmingham SOO Kevin Laws

Important Thoughts from NWS Birmingham SOO Kevin Laws

| March 1, 2018 @ 10:01 am

Using clues from the environment in severe weather situation has helped the NWS Birmingham reduce false alarms. It is a process of continuous improvement.

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The Historic 2015 Snowstorm Across North Alabama

The Historic 2015 Snowstorm Across North Alabama

| February 25, 2018 @ 2:12 pm

On February 25, 2013, over a foot of snow fell across North Alabama in a historic snowstorm.

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On This Date in 1934: Deadly Tornado Outbreak Impacts Alabama

On This Date in 1934: Deadly Tornado Outbreak Impacts Alabama

| February 25, 2018 @ 1:37 pm

Tornadoes impacted Alabama on this date in 1934, killing at least five Alabamians, including four in Shady Grove in Clay County.

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Bye To January, Hello To February

Bye To January, Hello To February

| February 5, 2018 @ 12:37 pm

February is the last month of meteorological winter, but astronomical winter doesn’t actually end until March 20th at 5:29 AM CDT.

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New Year’s Eve 1963 Snowstorm in the South

New Year’s Eve 1963 Snowstorm in the South

| December 28, 2017 @ 8:48 am

The New Year’s Eve Snowstorm of 1963 dumped 8 inches of snow on Birmingham officially and a state record 19.2 inches at Florence. It also impacted the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, where Alabama was playing Ole Miss.

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December 2010: A Very Busy Month For Tornadoes Across The U.S.

December 2010: A Very Busy Month For Tornadoes Across The U.S.

| December 14, 2017 @ 10:17 am

December 2010 was a very active month for severe weather across the country, with a total of 59 tornadoes touching down throughout the month.

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Weather By The Numbers: December Snow Edition

Weather By The Numbers: December Snow Edition

| December 9, 2017 @ 12:19 pm

We had quite the spread of snowfall amounts from Friday’s snow event, one in which overperformed what everyone was expecting.

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Today Is the Third Snowiest December Day in Birmingham History

Today Is the Third Snowiest December Day in Birmingham History

| December 8, 2017 @ 5:16 pm

The unofficial measurement of 4 inches at BHM makes this third snowiest December day in Birmingham history.

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One of the Greatest Iron Bowl Games Had the Worst Weather of the Series

One of the Greatest Iron Bowl Games Had the Worst Weather of the Series

| December 3, 2017 @ 9:00 am

The 1983 Iron Bowl featured a great game and a tornado warning.

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Welcome To December: An Introduction To Winter

Welcome To December: An Introduction To Winter

| December 1, 2017 @ 9:30 am

Welcome to the month of December, considered the start of “meteorological Winter,” even though on the calendar the Winter Solstice is at 10:28 AM CST on Thursday, December 21st. Its hard to believe that we are already on the 12th month of the year, and before you know it, 2018 will be here.

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November 28, 2005: Negative-Tilted Trough Brings Twisters To The Area

November 28, 2005: Negative-Tilted Trough Brings Twisters To The Area

| November 28, 2017 @ 10:00 am

Monday, November 28th, 2005, turned out to be a relatively stormy day across Central Alabama, as a grand total of six tornadoes touched down, along with damaging winds, and large hail occurred.

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November 23-24, 2004: A Destructive Lead-Up To Thanksgiving

November 23-24, 2004: A Destructive Lead-Up To Thanksgiving

| November 23, 2017 @ 6:09 pm

An unusually moist and warm air mass combined with a strong storm system brought severe weather to Alabama during a two-day period starting on the afternoon hours of November 23rd, 2004, and lasting through the 24th, the day before Thanksgiving.

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