If someone asked you what the most common road names in the country were, there's a good chance you'd be able to name a few. From presidents to numbers, you see many of the same streets from town to town.
After a day with a wintry mix of precipitation falling across the area, there remains concern for slick spots on the roads overnight. Especially, in areas receiving more ice accumulation. This has led to schools either closing or delaying classes for Friday.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued a Winter Storm Warning in effect until 3 p.m. this afternoon; Tuscaloosa and Jefferson counties are now included in this warning as sleet, ice, and freezing rain begin to affect Alabama.
Tomorrow will be a much different day than today, as it will be sharply colder. Rain is pushing through the area and the temps will be falling down to freezing, setting up the threat for icy travels on Thursday.
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