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    Convent Road, Larkwood Drive among two sections of roadways currently closed to traffic

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    CULLMAN – The Cullman Police Department, Cullman Fire and Rescue, Cullman Power Board, Cullman Street Department, along with Cullman Mayor Max A. Townson are all asking the public to stay away from affected areas from the flooding which occurred on Christmas Day.  "These areas are...

    Secondary tornado season approaching

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    CULLMAN - Alabama’s secondary tornado season is just around the corner, so now is a good time to begin reviewing severe weather safety and get a plan in place. While the chances of experiencing a tornado are low, they are not zero, so it...

    Update: NWS now confirms 4 Easter Sunday tornadoes in Cullman County

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    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - The National Weather Service (NWS) Huntsville this week posted the preliminary results of its damage survey of the Easter storms which occurred April 12, 2020. The agency initially reported three tornadoes touched down in Cullman County. It now says there were...

    Tribune and Wallace State produce permanent memento of 2018 Hail Storm

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    HANCEVILLE/CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman Tribune recently presented Cullman EMA Director Phyllis Little a full-size 3D printed model of “Walter,” the official Alabama state record hailstone that was collected in the North Walter community on the evening of Mar. 19, 2018.   “Walter” was the...

    Cullman City Hall sees hail…sort of

    Tribune reporter W.C. Mann presenting 3D printed hailstone models to Mayor Woody Jacobs Thursday afternoon.
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    CULLMAN, Ala. – On Thursday afternoon, a day after delivering a 3D printed model of “Walter,” Alabama’s official largest hailstone which fell during the massive Mar. 19, 2018 hail storm, to Cullman EMA, The Cullman Tribune’s W.C. Mann visited Cullman City Hall to present...

    Do you remember? Blizzard of 1993

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    CULLMAN - It's been 25 years since the Blizzard of 1993, which took place March 12-14, 1993. Cullman had 10 inches of snow. Do you remember? Here's how the National Weather Service in Huntsville recalls the event: Event Summary: The March 12-14 1993 North American blizzard impacted north Alabama...

    Subtropical Storm Alberto: Cullman County faces storm threat until Thursday

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    Alberto’s predicted path, as of early Tuesday morning (NOAA/National Weather Service) CULLMAN - What does Subtropical Storm Alberto mean for north Alabama? Late Monday afternoon, The Tribune spoke to forecasters from the National Weather Service office in Huntsville who are tracking Alberto, to make sense...

    Town of Vinemont declares state of emergency in wake of potential hazardous flooding

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    Vinemont Councilwoman Shirley Arnett and Mayor Radginal Dodson speak at Tuesday night's special-called meeting. (Christy Perry for The Cullman Tribune) VINEMONT, Ala. - The Town of South Vinemont on Tuesday night declared a state of emergency ahead of more flooding rains. The City of Hanceville...

    Closings and Cancellations Due to Winter Weather

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    CULLMAN - There are a number of closings and cancellations due to wintry weather moving through our area. Please see below for a complete list. We will update as information becomes available. Last update: 6:58 p.m. -----Cullman Regional Medical Center's Trauma Prevention program, scheduled for tomorrow,...

    Cullman area preparing for potential flooding

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    At a municipal maintenance facility in Hanceville on Monday, Hanceville firefighter Nathan Morgan, along with other workers and volunteers, filled trailer loads of sand bags. (W.C. Mann for The Cullman Tribune) HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Early Monday afternoon, Hanceville city workers and volunteers filled sand bags...