Emergency Managers Prepare for Freezing and Flooding
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — Emergency managers across the state are working around the clock to monitor this storm and calculating what effects it could have on drivers in the coming days.
Wednesday afternoon in a conference call managers learned North Alabama could see anywhere from 1-4 inches of snow possible Thursday afternoon depending on where you live, according to meteorologists with the National Weather Service.
Crews in Madison Country are preparing for the possibility of closing some bridges and overpasses due to freezing water. Elevated roadways will freeze first, officials say.
Madison County EMA workers will be monitoring this storm as they continue to follow flooding conditions at the same time something they describe as a “rare event.”
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