From the latest forecast to school closings, find everything you need to be prepared for the winter weather hitting Central Alabama this week in one place.
If you need to report a power outage, you can reach Alabama Power at 800-888-2726.
You may have seen reports of freezing rain and sleet for various areas around Central Alabama, but what’s the difference between the two? CBS42′s Chief Meteorologist Gene Norman breaks down both sleet and freezing rain so you know which is which.
A list of warming stations opening up around the area for the next few nights.
Gov. Robert Bentley is issuing a statewide state of emergency in advance of dangerous winter weather that’s forecast to hit the state.
The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority is cancelling a number of MAX routes for Tuesday, due to the threat of winter weather.
Ahead of the threat for inclement weather in Alabama, some schools have announced closings, delays or early dismissals for Feb. 12 and Feb. 13.
The Red Cross has put together a checklist of things that need to be done in order to be prepared for a winter storm.
Ahead of the threat for inclement weather in Alabama Thursday afternoon, some schools and businesses have announced closings or early dismissals.
Brian Davis with ALDOT tells CBS42 that they currently have 1 tanker truck carrying 5,000 gallons of brine going south on I20-59 to St. Clair County.
It’s a day many of us will never forget. For me, it started with a call from my daughter’s middle school. We decided I would go pick up her up as soon as possible in case the weather really caused problems. That was the best decision we would make that day!
CBS42′s Gene Norman shares his account of the events that transpired during Alabama’s recent winter storm.
Kevin Henderson wasn’t out to make a viral video when a snow storm crippled Birmingham. He was actually returning from a job in Montgomery when his adventure began.
Lauren Sisler shares her experience of the crazy week of winter weather Alabama experienced.
Chris Womack shares his experience of the crazy week of winter weather Alabama experienced.
The snow and ice from late January really drives home the point of how important it is for drivers to be prepared for an emergency.
State troopers are putting these orange stickers on the back windshields of all the vehicles left on the sides of interstates. It’s just lets drivers know that they have 72 hours to get their cars or they’ll be towed.
Insurance claims are rolling in after this week’s winter storm. CBS42′s Tiffany Westry joins us with some tips for anyone whose car was damaged.