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Due to the threat of severe weather, school systems have opted to dismiss early and cancel after-school activities. Read more

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Courtesy of NWS Birmingham

Gov. Kay Ivey issued a state of emergency for the entire state Friday. Read more

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Courtesy of NWS BHM

Weather forecasters are reminding Central Alabama residents that tropical systems can cause dangerous conditions, even hundreds of miles inland. Read more

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Due to the threat of severe weather, Shelby County Schools and Hoover City Schools will be closed on Wednesday, April 5. All after-school activities will also be canceled Wednesday. Read more

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Everbridge, a free program provided by the county, alerts users to weather threats and other emergencies in their area. Read more

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Shelby County is canceling or postponing all after-school events, while Hoover schools will end activities at 6 p.m. Read more

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Due to severe freezing temperatures as reported by the National Weather Service for the morning of Thursday, Jan. 8, Hoover City Schools will delay opening of the schools by two hours. Read more

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Due to severe freezing temperatures as reported by the National Weather Service for the morning of Thursday, Jan. 8, Shelby County School will delay opening of the schools by two hours. Read more

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From the National Weather Service.

The NWS reports that storms moving in from the west contain a threat of severe thunderstorms, including tornadoes, damaging winds, large hail and heavy rainfall that could lead to flash flooding. Read more

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