There isn't a lot of "stuff" out there, but there's enough to make some of the roads a little slick again this morning. Madison Police just reported that Wall-Triana is starting to ice at the I-565 overpass. I saw snow flurries on my way in. So, please be careful out there. We'll update you throughout our morning show and on Twitter (@JimA48 and @waff48).
Meteorologist David Ernst says this wintry precipitation won't stick around today, but he's already looking towards tomorrow. We could see next to nothing, or we could see several inches of snow. I'll let him pick up the story from there. Look for his Weather On The Tens on WAFF 48 News Today.
Muriel Bailey just headed out the door. She'll update you on Huntsville Police Officer Lewis Hall's case. He's accused of trying to pay thousands to another officer to erase drug trafficking charges. He'll be in court in Birmingham. We'll have a crew there. Muriel's live at 5:00 and 6:00 a.m. With more.
Charter schools will come up again in the legislative session, which starts next week. At 5:34, you'll hear what one representative from the valley is proposing.
And "Parks and Recreation"? Funny show, right? I just caught part of a "Parks and Rec" marathon last weekend. Tonight, it ends its run on NBC, on WAFF 48. At 5:54, Mark Barger gives us a closer look at the show and what we might see in tonight's series finale.
It's my now 4-year-old son's birthday, so you know it's going to be a good day. He's pretty psyched. And he's watching us on WAFF 48. What do you say you join us? I'll see you in a few.