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By Alabama NewsCenter Staff
Winter Storm Uri unleashed snow, ice and single-digit cold as it made its way through the state early this week.
Temperatures early Tuesday morning were in the low teens in north Alabama with wind chills in the single digits. Even Alabama’s Gulf Coast posted temperatures well below freezing, with Mobile reporting a low of 20 degrees just before sunrise. Much of north and north-central Alabama woke up to a light coating of snow, with flurries lingering into the early afternoon.
The freezing temperatures overnight Monday and into Tuesday followed hours of sleet and freezing rain that pelted north and northwest Alabama Monday afternoon and into the evening. The treacherous and freezing conditions forced schools to close and warming stations to open. And the freezing weather was expected to stick around well into Wednesday, with overnight lows Tuesday and into Wednesday morning expected to be between 15 and 25 degrees in much of north and north-central Alabama.
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