Information provided by the National Weather Service in Birmingham, AL
January 17, 2013: A strong cold core upper level low pressure area moving east out of Mississippi, combined with deep Gulf of Mexico moisture led to a quick burst of snow across areas north of I-20. Generally 1-3 inches fell, with locally higher totals of 4-5 inches, which led to very hazardous roadway conditions and numerous traffic accidents.
January 9-10, 2011: Areas north of Interstate 20 were reporting anywhere from 1 to 14 inches of snow with the heaviest totals near the Alabama-Tennessee state line. Ice reports were as high as 0.50 inches in multiple counties south of Interstate 20.
The snowfall blanketed much of northern and central Alabama. Some locations saw the first White Christmas on record, while others just missed out on a White Christmas.
March 1, 2009: Snow piled up across almost all of central Alabama, with 5+ inches in Lee County.
Here is a link to the Alabama All-Hazards Awareness Booklet
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