That's what it looked like when you drove over Monte Sano on Highway 431 around 3:00 this morning. The fog was fairly thick, but it's warm out there. Temperatures are in the 60s this morning, but that's going to change tonight. And ice is still possible tomorrow morning. Meteorologist David Ernst will fill you in during his Weather On The Tens. http://bit.ly/GSwBfq
In the news, we're jumping right into the legislative session that started yesterday. Today, lawmakers will listen to what people like you have to say about charter schools. There's a public hearing in Montgomery. Huntsville Superintendent Dr. Casey Wardynski will be there. WAFF 48's Muriel Bailey breaks down his role. And we'll take a closer look at what charter schools really are and their status across the country, starting at 5:03 a.m.
The Affordable Care Act is back in the spotlight today. The Supreme Court will take up the issue of "an exchange established by a state" and what that means for you and me when it comes to healthcare. Tracie Potts joins us from Washington at 5:06.
What else? How about House Speaker Mike Hubbard's reaction to the governor's state of the state address http://bit.ly/1wUHXcJ, a new same sex marriage ruling http://bit.ly/1KhwShk and a snow blower battle? Come on. You know you want to see the last one. We'll take you there at 5:55.
Now, let's get this Wednesday going. Join us for WAFF 48 News Today. We're on your TV from 4:30 to 7:00!