Monday, December 22, 2008

A Cold, Frosty Morning

Today's weather featured the coldest weather so far this season in Alabama. Most people in North and Central Alabama experienced temperatures in the teens. Many areas dipped below 15. At least three communities in Northeast Alabama dipped into the single digits. Below is a list comprised of data compiled by J.B. Elliott of, the National Weather Service in Huntsville, and NWS Cooperative Observers.

Low - City/Town - County

8 Hytop, Jackson
9 Grantley, Cleburne
9 Mentone, Dekalb
10 Section, Jackson
11 Northfork, Marion
12 Haleyville, Winston
12 Belgreen, Franklin
12 Anderson, Lauderdale
12 Mt. Cheaha, Cleburne
12 Haleyville, Winston
13 Hackleburg, Marion
13 Bridgeport, Jackson
13 Russellville, Franklin
13 Union Grove, Marshall
13 Valley Head, Dekalb
13 Florence, Lauderdale
13 Bankhead, Lawrence
14 Oxford, Calhoun
14 Courtland, Lawrence
14 Crossville
14 Hazel Green
14 Huntsville/UAH (NWS Office), Madison
14 Meridianville, Madison
14 Scottsboro, Jackson
14 Vinemont, Cullman
15 Muscle Shoals, Colbert
15 Moulton, Lawrence
15 Walnut Grove, Etowah
15 Scrougeout, Etowah
15 Owens Cross Roads, Madison



Service Care said...

I've always preferred frigid cold to sweltering heat (I can always put on more clothes, the reverse is not always true), but the last week tested my opinions on cold weather.

Mike Wilhelm said...

Same here.