Several Tennessee Valley schools cancel after school activities Monday due to weather concerns

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Here in the Tennessee Valley, the weather can vastly change from one day to the next.

In fact, temperatures soared to the upper 70s early last week -- a good 20 degrees warmer than they should be for this time of year! The temperatures took a tumble, though, as a cold front crashed into the South. Now we are waking up with frost on the lawn and a continuous chill in the air.

No matter the weather, you are our eyes and ears throughout the Tennessee Valley. We love receiving your pictures and videos because you provide an additional perspective on what Mother Nature is up to. Whether it is a gorgeous sunset, a rare frost flower, a double rainbow or a towering thunderstorm, we love seeing your pictures so please keep them coming! You can email your pictures to Please include your name and city with your submissions.

- Christina

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