School Closings for Tuesday Jan. 29

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Snow falls on the UAB campus January 17, 2013.

Andrew Yeager, WBHM

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory for a large portion of Alabama in anticipation of rain, snow, and freezing temperatures on January 29th. Governor Kay Ivey also issued a State of Emergency beginning 3:00 p.m. Monday, January 28, for all Alabama counties in preparation for potential winter weather.

Many school systems, city and county offices will be closed due to expected snow. You can read the full list below:

City and County Closures:

All Jefferson County Offices

The City of Birmingham

Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority

Copper Green Mercy Hospital

Schools Closed:

Alabama School of Fine Arts

Alabaster City Schools

Altamont School

Anniston City Schools

Attalla City Schools

Bessemer City Schools

Bibb County Schools

Birmingham City Schools

Blount County

Calhoun County Schools

Chilton County Schools

Creative Montessori

Cullman City Schools

Cullman County Schools

Etowah County Schools

Fairfield City Schools

Gadsden City Schools

Homewood City Schools

Hoover City Schools

Jacksonville City Schools

Jasper City Schools

Jefferson County Schools

Leeds City Schools

Midfield City Schools

Mountain Brook City Schools

Oneonta City Schools

Oxford City Schools

Pelham City Schools

Pell City Schools

St. Clair County Schools

Shelby County Schools

Talladega City Schools

Talladega County Schools

Tarrant City Schools

Trussville City Schools

Tuscaloosa City Schools

Tuscaloosa County Schools

Vestavia Hills City Schools

Walker County Schools

Winston County Schools

Birmingham-Southern College

Gadsden State Community College

Jacksonville State University

Jefferson State Community College

Lawson State Community College

Miles College

Samford University

Shelton State Community College

University of Alabama

UAB is closed for non-essential staff. All UAB clinics will be closed.

University of Montevallo

Wallace State Community College — Hanceville

 

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