A light snow began falling in and around Birmingham, Alabama on Jan. 28, 2014 about 10 a.m. and has continued to fall.
While the accompanying photographs from Trussville, Alabama show snow covering the roads, traffic on local roads remains about normal with no indication of accidents due to the weather as of 11 a.m.
Local meteorologists at FOX 6 in Birmingham are currently predicting a light dusting of snow in the Birmingham area with minimal accumulations. Heavier snow is expected to fall farther south in Alabama with one to three inches possible.
The temperature is presently about 19 degrees Fahrenheit and is expected to reach a low of 11 degrees during the night.
There are no official national weather advisories for the Birmingham area at present. Alabama government meteorologists are predicting a light snow in the Birmingham area and have not issued any road hazard advisories at this time for the Birmingham area.
Most schools and local government offices in the Birmingham area have declared early closings between 11 a.m. and 12 a.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, is predicted to be warmer and sunny.
Enjoy the snow while you can. Be thankful this is just snow because the Trussville area was hit with a devastating tornado just two years ago on Jan 23, 2012.