Update: Winter Weather Advisory Cancelled

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(WHNT) – The National Weather Service in Huntsville has cancelled the Winter Weather Advisory.

Temperatures across the Tennessee Valley were mainly in the mid 3os overnight, except in portions of northeast Alabama where the temperatures are in the lower 40s.

Moisture also continues to dissipate this morning, so the advisory is cancelled.

The National Weather Service says there could be some isolated sleet along and east of Interstate 65 this morning, but no major travel problems are expected.

Overnight, it’s been mostly a rain event.  We’re monitoring the roads and we’ll bring you the latest information on WHNT News 19 This Morning as well as WHNT.com.

As you’re driving, be on the lookout for slick spots, especially on bridges and overpasses.  WHNT News 19 checked with police and sheriff’s dispatchers in several cities and counties, and none report any problems so far.   We’ll keep you posted if that changes through the morning.

A number of school systems made the decision to delay opening times today.  Check the list here.

Prior to the advisory being cancelled, it was scheduled to last until 9 a.m.


  • jamison-jones

    Alabama!!!… what crap!! i lived in canada for a year and these people have literally feet of snow for a longer part of the year!!..they expect it and don’t trip about it!!..alabama gets a flurry!!!..and its a winter advsory in effect!!..everybody rushes to the store for milk and bread!! ridiculous..

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