That's not an official reading, but it's as official as it gets on the dashboard of my SUV. It read six degrees when I stopped at the top of Monte Sano this morning. Fortunately, the wind wasn't too bad. Still, it's cold! Meteorologist David Ernst has the latest on where the mercury goes from here. He has your Weather On The Tens.
Keep in mind there are a lot of school districts that are starting several hours late this morning. Even if you don't have children in mind, be aware. School zones will be operating in the 10:00 a.m. range, though several are still opening at their normal times for parents who need to drop off kids so they can get to work. They're just starting class later. In other words, figure on school zones pretty much all morning. Here's our list of delays in the valley
In Huntsville, firefighters had a heck of a time battling a fire that started yesterday afternoon. Our Muriel Bailey's checking in on just how tough it was and what crews had to do.
In France, they're still looking for at least one gunman in that shooting at a satirical magazine's headquarters yesterday. I just saw that one gunman may have surrendered. Read more here
and we'll keep you up to date on the investigation.
And it's an election day today, sort of. The USOC will vote on which U.S. city is best suited to host the 2024 Summer Games. What do you think? Boston, Washington, Los Angeles or San Francisco? We'll run down the process and what's next.
It's warm in the studio this morning, so turn us on and enjoy some warmth before you head out into the cold. WAFF 48 News Today is on right now. Join us!