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    ‘Thousands of employees affected’

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    Cullman Economic Development Agency Dale Greer: “These are very quick assessments and I believe there will be many more damage reports. Thousands of employees are affected.” / Tribune file photo Note: the listing contained here is preliminary; it should be considered a demonstrative sampling, not...

    Cullman mayor releases preliminary city property storm damage list

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    Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs / photo courtesy of the City of Cullman CULLMAN - On Thursday afternoon, Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs shared a preliminary listing of City-owned property affected by Monday’s storms, noting that more properties could be added as assessments are still underway. Buildings/facilities Cullman Economic...

    ‘I’ve never seen damage like this’: Emergency personnel amazed at damage caused by Monday’s hail

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    Busted windshields and vinyl siding, along with tarped roofs, are what a lot of residents and businesses are dealing with on the south side of Cullman following Monday night’s violent hail storm. / Nick Griffin CULLMAN - The south end of the city of Cullman...

    NWS Huntsville: March 19 hail storm of historical magnitude

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    National Weather Service Huntsville staffers measured the circumference of the largest hailstone at 13.75 inches. / W.C. Mann This would be the largest hailstone on record, east of the Mississippi River, at 5.25 inches. So that’s saying something. That’s a really, really large hailstone, for...

    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...

    Mayors give updates on winter storm’s effects

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    First Avenue Northeast, as seen on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 17. / W.C. Mann CULLMAN COUNTY - On Wednesday, The Tribune checked in with mayors around Cullman County to see how the municipalities were handling this week’s winter storm.  None of the officials we were able...

    ALDOT, Alabama EMA: winter weather will bring dangerous conditions

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    ALDOT is preparing Alabama roads for winter weather. / Photo, taken Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, is courtesy of photographer Bill Castle/ABC3340.   MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) and the Alabama Emergency Management Agency are warning Alabamians to expect dangerous conditions across the state as winter...

    Gov. Ivey issues State of Emergency in preparation for winter weather

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    MONTGOMERY – Gov. Kay Ivey has issued a State of Emergency, effective at 6 p.m. Monday, for all Alabama counties in preparation for potential severe winter weather. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for a large portion of Alabama in anticipation...

    ALDOT prepared for approaching winter weather

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    MONTGOMERY – With temperatures dropping below freezing and rain predicted for Friday through early Saturday, the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) encourages motorists to drive with extreme caution and to monitor road conditions before traveling. Motorists needing information on road conditions in Alabama should look...

    Warming stations open in Cullman and Hanceville

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    Left to right: Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs, Cullman County EMA Director Phyllis Little, Cullman County VOAD Director Chris Hopper and Cullman Parks and Recreation Director Nathan Anderson / W.C Mann CULLMAN COUNTY - As temperatures dip down into dangerous lows, authorities and volunteers around Cullman...