Cold keeps Central Alabama under coat of ice, snow

Cold keeps Central Alabama under coat of ice, snow
The winter visitation Alabama received Friday may have been a nightmare for some drivers, but it left behind a wonderland for children to enjoy. (Michael Sznajderman/Alabama NewsCenter)

The wintry precipitation that made the last 24 hours so interesting for Alabamians has moved on, but a good portion of the ice and snow it dropped on Central Alabama is still around.

With temperatures expected to climb no higher than the 20s today, some of it will still be around tomorrow, too.

With the exception of a few isolated cases, all weather-related power outages have been restored.

Travel warnings remain in place as ice covers roads and bridges. Cold temperatures will linger throughout the weekend.

Here’s a look at what the skies left behind on the streets and yards of the Birmingham metro area.

 

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