This weekend Alabama encountered a wet and messy Saturday with widespread rain. Today, all of the counties in our coverage area were under a Winter Weather Advisory which all have been cleared as of 6:10 pm. There are reports of snow falling across Alabama. If you have any pictures you would like to share, please send them to our free app or email them to maryk@townsquaremedia.com

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Snow Reports from the National Weather Service in Birmingham

12:21 pm – Mount Cheaha – Cleburne County -  road report is slushy – ½ of an inch of snow.

11:55 am – Mitchell Dam – Coosa County – half-inch of snow measured on a flat surface.

11:49 am – Wetumpka – Elmore County - .10 inch of snow.

11:42 am – Greensboro – Hale County - light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces.

11:34 am – Sylacauga – Talladega County - light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces.

11:18 am – Clanton – Chilton County – just under a half-inch of snow.

11:17 am – Tallassee – Elmore County - light snow accumulation on decks.

10:59 am – Marion – Perry County - light snow accumulation on decks and grassy surfaces.

10:50 am – Camp Sumatanga – St. Clair County – light snow accumulation on grassy and bare ground along with elevated surfaces.

10:22 am - Weoka Mills - Elmore County - light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces.

10:20 am - Titus, Elmore County - light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces.

10:14 am - Still Waters Reso - Tallapoosa County - light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces and dock.

10:12 am - York - Sumter County - light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces but starting to see some accumulation on paved surfaces.

10:04 am - Alexander City - Tallapoosa County - light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces and elevated surfaces.

9:42 am – Rockford – Coosa County – updated measurement – 1 inch.

9:39 am - Linden – Marengo County – light snow accumulation on grassy surfaces.

9:33 am – Martin Dam – Tallapoosa County - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces.

9:30 am – Prattville – Autauga County - light snow accumulation on vehicles.

9:22 am – Lawley – Bibb County - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces.

9:17 am – Selma – Dallas County – light snow accumulation on vehicles.

9:15 am – Plantersville – Dallas County - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces.

9:03 am - Mount Cheaha – Cleburne County - Snow reported at Mount Cheaha state park. Reports that snow is starting to stick to elevated surfaces.

8:58 am – Opelika Sportsplex – Lee County - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces.

8:54 am - Dadeville – Tallapoosa County - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces.

8:53 am – Rockford – Coosa County - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces.

8:47 am – Clanton – Chilton County - - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces just off interstate 65 near Lake Mitchel exit.

8:44 am – Livingston – Sumter County – 2 inches of snow measured.

8:32 am - - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces.

8:25 am - - there are reports of light snow accumulating on grassy surfaces at Peach Park near Clanton.

8:01 am – Verbena – Chilton County – light accumulation on a deck.

Outlook

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that we have “large areas of rain and snow continue across Alabama this morning. NWS Birmingham has expanded the "winter weather advisory" southward to account for light snow accumulation under the cold core upper low moving through South Alabama. For most of Alabama, snow amounts will be one inch or less on grassy areas. A few spots have seen heavier totals earlier today, mainly in Sumter County near the Mississippi line.”

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