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Showing posts with label weather. Show all posts
Showing posts with label weather. Show all posts

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Madison County EMA prepares for winter weather (Friday night and Saturday morning)


Madison County EMA prepares for winter weather


Article Excerpt: "...Right now, their mostly concerned about the threat of icy road conditions Friday night and Saturday morning. They’re encouraging area residents to avoid driving, but if you have to travel, be cautious on the roadways ..."


Reference: www.waff.com

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Sleet Day in Huntsville

Sleet Day in Huntsville


Photo not associated with NWS
Issued by NWS for: Huntsville AL

Local Area Emergency

ALC059-083-089-052100-

LOCAL AREA EMERGENCY

FRANKLIN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY RUSSELLVILLE AL
LIMESTONE COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY ATHENS AL
MADISON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY HUNTSVILLE AL
RELAYED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
730 AM CST THU MAR 5 2015

...LOCAL AREA EMERGENCY FOR FRANKLIN...LIMESTONE...AND MADISON COUNTIES...

THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE IS TRANSMITTED AT THE REQUEST OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY...LIMESTONE COUNTY...AND MADISON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCIES:

ALL ROADS ACROSS THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES IN NORTH ALABAMA ARE BECOMING TREACHEROUS AND IMPASSABLE DUE TO ICE AND SLEET:

FRANKLIN...LIMESTONE...AND MADISON

THESE COUNTIES DISCOURAGE ANY TRAVEL THROUGH TONIGHT...UNLESS IT IS AN EMERGENCY.

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*Reference: http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=ALZ006&warncounty=ALC089&firewxzone=ALZ006&local_place1=Huntsville%20AL&product1=Local+Area+Emergency&lat=34.707&lon=-86.6277#.VPi6YOE8Yrs

  • *Local Area Emergency information accurate as found on weather.gov at 2:27pm (CST); 3/5/15
  • Monday, March 2, 2015

    Huntsville is working with the community after cars temporarily abandoned after Wednesday weather event


    Huntsville Police say abandoned cars get a pass following severe weather


    Article Excerpt: "..."We are not going to move the cars. We are going to give the car owners plenty of time to get the cars off the road" says Captain JesHenry Malone of the Huntsville Police Department. ..."


    Reference: www.waaytv.com