All of our Townsquare Media coverage area counties are currently under a Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service in Birmingham for Sunday, January 16, 2022. There are a few counties where the advisory lasts until 3:00 pm and several until 9:00 pm.

Coverage Area Counties

Bibb until 9:00 pm - canceled at 6;10 pm

Fayette until 9:00 pm  - canceled at 6;10 pm

Greene until 3:00 pm - expired

Hale until 9:00 pm  - canceled at 6;10 pm

Lamar until 9:00 pm -  canceled at 6;10 pm

Perry until 9:00 pm  - canceled at 6;10 pm

Pickens until 9:00 pm -  canceled at 6;10 pm

Sumter until 3:00 pm - expired

Tuscaloosa until 9:00 pm -  canceled at 6;10 pm

Walker until 9:00 pm -  canceled at 6;10 pm

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that “if your county is in a winter weather advisory, the general idea is for accumulations to be one inch or less in grassy areas. A few spots could see over one inch across the winter weather advisory.”

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Sunday Outlook from the National Weather Service in Birmingham

What:

Snow accumulations generally up to an inch, except across the northern counties where amounts could be up to two inches

Where:

Across the northern half of Central Alabama and across our southwest counties

When:

Now through 9 pm tonight

Impacts:

Slippery road conditions, especially during bursts of heavier snow. Any remaining moisture will freeze overnight posing a risk of black ice early to mid-Monday morning.

Important James Spann Notes

“Strong pressure gradient winds could gust to 40/45 mph today; this could lead to some scattered power outages.

“Temperatures should be generally in the mid-30s while the snow falls, so roads will be mostly just wet. But remember, we have lots of wrecks on wet roads around here any time of the year, so be careful as always. Some patchy black ice is possible tonight as the sky clears and temperatures drop below freezing. Hopefully, strong winds will dry the roads/bridges quickly, however.”

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