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Courtesy of NWS Birmingham.

On Monday afternoon, the National Weather Service’s Birmingham office upgraded the entire central Alabama region to a winter weather advisory. Read more

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

While last year’s winter holidays fell on a weekend and made office closings a little easier, this year, Christmas and New Year’s are both on a Monday. Read more

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

With two holidays in November, the city of Mountain Brook and its schools are observing both Veterans Day and Thanksgiving with various closings. Read more

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Image courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The National Weather Service has also issued a wind advisory through the morning of Sept. 12. Read more

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

The Emmet O'Neal Library will also be closed Sept. 2-4 and will resume normal hours on Sept. 5. Read more

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By Keith McCoy

City Hall, Parks and Recreation, Public Works and the Emmet O'Neal Library will be closed. Read more

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By Keith McCoy

Both City Hall and the Emmet O'Neal Library will be closed in honor of the holiday, and trash pick-up will occur one day late. Read more

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Courtesy of the National Weather Service.

The closures came hours after Gov. Robert Bentley declared a state of emergency for Alabama, as many of the storms are tracking to cover a majority of the state. Read more

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By Keith McCoy

The city of Mountain Brook will be observing the holidays with various closings. Read more

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By Keith McCoy

To celebrate Thanksgiving, many city buildings throughout Mountain Brook will be closed beginning on Thursday. Read more

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By Keith McCoy

Many state, county and city buildings will be closed in honor of Veterans Day tomorrow. Read more

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“April will be the beginning of my 43rd year, but it’s time to move on. It’s been a great journey,” Clayton said. “I’ve been doing this so long that it’s in my blood. I am still leaving my options open.” Read more

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