Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Old Man Winter

We may have seen the last of the really cold air for at least a few days in North Alabama. “Old Man Winter” was with us in full force this morning, though. The low at my location was 15 and there were several locations in North Alabama with colder temperatures than that. There were even a few areas that dropped into single digits. During this cold wave, there has been very little in the way of snow. We did experience a few bands of snow showers and flurries the last few days. The only accumulation was a dusting in some isolated areas. J.B. Elliott posted his usual great list at Here are a few of the lows he reported:

9…Camp Hill, Hamilton

10…Broomtown, Remlap


12…Duck Springs, Concord/Hueytown, Muscadine, Gaylesville

13…Vernon, Lincoln, SW Lamar County, Munford, NorthFork, Centre, Muscle Shoals, Pinson, Lafayette

14…Jasper, Wynnville, Reece City, Crossville, Meridianville, Cullman Airport, Centerville, Opelika, Sylacauga, Blue Pond

15…NE Huntsville, Weaver, Clay, Bankhead National Forest, Aliceville


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