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County schools closed Friday, city to start on schedule
Cullman County Schools have been cancelled due to lingering icy conditions in parts of the county, while Cullman City Schools are set to resume on-schedule Friday morning.
WINTER STORM: Roads clearing up, still ice in shaded areas
Cullman city streets are open, but several Cullman County roads are still experiencing problems, so officials ask that all motorists use caution as they travel.
Approx. 2,000 still without power; WSCC delays opening until noon
Though approximately 4,000 customers have had power restored, there are still approximately 2,000 Cullman County Electric Cooperative customers still without power due to the winter storm that hit the area Wednesday night.
UPDATED: Scattered power outages reported across the county
Approximately 1,300 power outages have been reported Wednesday night across Cullman County, many of which occurred around 9:30 p.m.
City schools cancel classes on Thursday
With several inches of snow on the ground and temperatures still below freezing, the Cullman City Schools system has called off classes on Thursday.
BREAKING: County schools closed on Thursday, city schools planning 10 a.m. start
With a winter storm still hanging over the area, the Cullman County school system has once again canceled classes, marking the third consecutive “snow day.” Cullman City Schools are planning to return to classes with a delayed start at 10 a.m. on Thursday, though a full cancellation is possible if conditions worsen.
Not over yet: Snowfall could resume within next few hours
Snowfall is expected to resume in Cullman county and surrounding areas between noon and 2 p.m., and as the temperature continues to drop, the roads will become hazardous for motorists.
County, city out for Wed.: Snow forces further school cancellations
With road conditions expected to remain hazardous for at least another day, the Cullman County Board of Education and Cullman City Schools have canceled classes for the second day in a row.
Sticking around: Additional 4-6 inches of snow possible (WITH VIDEO)
After getting between 3 and 4 inches of snow Tuesday, the Cullman area could see as much as an additional 6 inches of snow today, according to the National Weather Service.
ROAD CLOSURES: Snow snarls local roadways, all unnecessary travel discouraged (UPDATED)
North Alabama received between 2 to 4 inches of snow this morning, with another round of snow tomorrow expected to bring an additional 2 to 5 inches of snowfall.
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