At the WIAT 42 studios, snow piled on cars and made for a very picturesque sight.
Numerous county Emergency Management Agency social media accounts have sent reports of impassable roads and bad road conditions.
More pictures of the snow that fell from around the state from viewers using Report It.
More snow pictures from around Central Alabama.
A collection of snow photos from around Central Alabama, sent in by viewers using Report It.
WIAT 42’s Jim Dunaway spoke with a spokesperson for Alabama Power who says that only 100 outages were reported.
Report It photos sent in by viewers from across the area as the snowfall really begins to pick up.
More pictures from viewers using Report It from the winter storm on Feb. 25th.
McBrayer discussed how the city has treated this event different than last year’s major ice and snow storm that left much of the city at a s…
WIAT 42 News spoke with Governor Robert Bentley about the road conditions, the state of emergency he issued Tuesday and much more.
As winter weather moves into parts of Central Alabama, WIAT 42’s crews stationed all across the area are bringing updates on the conditions …
With snow in the forecast for Wednesday many kids will want to play. One local business we found has the ultimate snow toys available. We’re…
Because of potential winter weather Wednesday, churches across Central Alabama are cancelling worship services and activities.
Many parents say they learned their lesson during the 2014 snowstorm. Wednesday, they aren’t taking any chances.
“We could be in, or we could be out of the bulls eye,” said Jasper’s mayor, Sonny Posey. “We don’t know.”