A dusting of snow fell Monday and Tuesday across portions of northern Alabama, but no travel problems were reported.
The heaviest snowfall accumulations were found in northwest Alabama, particularly around Haleyville in Winston County and Hamilton in Marion County. Snow covered the grassy areas and rooftops.
Authorities said none of the snow was sticking to the roads. No travel problems were reported.
The National Weather Service cancelled a Winter Weather Advisory for the Birmingham area after snowy conditions never developed. Snow flakes did mix with rain drops across central Alabama Tuesday morning, but nothing stuck.
Walker County and Fayette County schools announced plans to delay opening of their schools this morning. You can get details at www.myfoxclosings.com.
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