Wintry conditions continue in North Alabama
Emergency management agency warns to stay off Morgan County roads
Our team coverage continues with waay31's megan reyna.
She's been in decatur since sunday night -- keeping tabs on the effects of this system on morgan county.
She spoke with e-m-a officials about the major impacts of the storm in the area.
Really -- morgan county has not seen major impacts as far as wrecks or power outages.
They believe that's because people listened to officials and stayed home.
Now overnight and today -- decatur and other areas around the county did receive a few inches of snow!
But the roads never became impassable.
The biggest issue was downed trees and some power lines last night.
Today -- so far so good.
But -- even though conditions are getting better - there are still chances for some slick and icy spots.
It just goes to show that people here in morgan co.
Have heeded the warning from the meteorologist on tv, the nws, and all the public safety agencies to just stay off the roads, stay home, stay safe."
Overnight --- because of the ice -- first responders did clear out about a dozen fallen trees.
That could be an issue tonight as well.
Al-dot has treated bridges these past few days and they'll continue to due so when necessary.
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