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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.
BREAKING: City, county schools call off classes for Tuesday; Wallace closing too
In a year that has already seen local schools close a handful of times due to freezing temperatures, local education officials are once again calling off classes with a potential snowstorm set to hit the area Tuesday.
UPDATE: Power should begin returning soon for many residents
Local utilities workers, with the assistance of the Tennessee Valley Authority, are continuing to make repairs at the primary Cullman Power Board substation.
UPDATE: Third victim dies from injuries sustained in Friday camper fire
A third victim has died following a Friday afternoon camper fire at Cullman Campgrounds.
UPDATED with IDs: Camper fire kills two, third person in critical condition
Cullman County law enforcement said a man and woman died and a second man suffered life-threatening injuries after a camper they were in caught on fire this afternoon at Cullman Campgrounds off Alabama Highway 157.
UPDATE: One dead, two injured in fire; neighbor report hearing explosion
Cullman County law enforcement said one woman died and two men suffered life-threatening injuries after a camper they were in caught on fire this afternoon at Cullman Campgrounds off Alabama Highway 157.
UPDATE (2) More snow possible, black ice expected tonight
With temperatures struggling to get above freezing Wednesday and lows at night hovering in the low teens, any moisture left on roadways from Tuesday’s snow flurries will likely refreeze, forming black ice.
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