HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Life is slowly returning to normal in north Alabama after a major winter storm.
Authorities said most main roads in the northern counties were
passable early Wednesday, and major employers like the Army's
Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville are getting back to work.
But there are still slick roads and travel problems in some areas.
Dozens of schools are still closed or opening late, and it's unclear when some will be able to reopen since temperatures are predicted to remain in the 30s through Friday.
Scattered problems still extend from the Mississippi to Georgia
lines and as far south as the Birmingham metro area.