BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Typically won’t hear this, but it snowed in Alabama.
The snow has come to an end across central Alabama. Snow totals range from 0.25″ to around 2″ in spots. The snow totals are higher over north Alabama. The roads are wet this morning, and temperatures are falling to around 32°. Watch for some icy spots over bridges and overpasses. Road temperatures are just above freezing.
This is a pretty image of the snow this morning from on top of Monte Sano in Huntsville, AL early on this Monday morning. #alwx @BaronInstitute @CBS_42 @NWSHuntsville @JimCantore pic.twitter.com/cUMS1GedLe— Dave Nussbaum (@Dave_Nussbaum) January 3, 2022
Decided to dress like Kevin McCallister’s dad and start a snowball fight. Happy snow day! pic.twitter.com/CNVubCZm7W— Jack Royer (@JackRoyer) January 3, 2022
Snow covered trees is my favorite pic.twitter.com/TcLH1BWeET— Autumn Bracey (@autumnbracey3) January 3, 2022
Central Alabama saw a little belated White Christmas overnight ❄️— Landon Wexler (@landonwexler) January 3, 2022
Careful on the roads, folks!
Thought I left this snow stuff back in Upstate New York… 😅 pic.twitter.com/WDBh6LNkyx
There is still some snow in Cullman, AL seen on our new @CBS_42 Storm Team camera. It is cold with temperatures in the lower 30s at this noon hour. Bundle up if you are headed out to lunch. #alwx @CullmanEMA @CullmanRegional pic.twitter.com/xDfudP2IvG— Dave Nussbaum (@Dave_Nussbaum) January 3, 2022
Snow can be seen above in Grayson Valley.
Hoover resident sent this photo into CBS 42 as he gazed upon his home with snow covering his front yard early Monday morning.
Stay with CBS 42 as this story develops.