Lee defeats No. 1 Ramsay 47-29.
Cloud coverage increases through the day Friday with highs only managing the upper-50s today. Though it will be much cooler and a gray finish to the workweek, North Alabama remains dry Friday through the weekend.
District considering year-round school calendar
Summer camps hoping to reopen this year
Point Mallard hoping to reopen this year
A potential calendar change that would cut summer break short in the Albertville City school district is getting mixed reviews from parents.
Restaurants Preparing For End of Mask Order
WAAY-31's Sierra Phillips discusses recent schedule changes with schools in light of lessened Covid Restrictions.
Covid-19 one year in Alabama
Interstate 565 ramp could open soon in Madison
Shoals officials react to state's extension of mask order
North Alabama is heading towards 70 Thursday afternoon along with sunny skies through sunset. Other than a north breeze it will be a spectacular afternoon. There is a chance for a sprinkle or light shower Friday but most if not all will remain dry through the weekend.
Thursday morning headlines.
A spectacular Thursday afternoon with sunny skies, highs near 70 and north breeze of 10-20 mph. We are cooler and cloudy Friday but most if not all of North Alabama remains dry Friday through the middle of next week.
COVID loss weighs heavily on community
Safety paramount at upcoming musical
State mask order's future uncertain
Trojans are victorious again
Breken Terry was at Helen Keller Hospital learning more about how the collaboration between the state and hospitals in the Shoals will work to make the coronavirus vaccine more available in rural areas.
Ashley Carter spoke with local business owners with what they plan to do if the statewide masking order is not extended.
Bridget Divers learned how the Department of Public Health works with the governor on making decisions.
Districts Working On Plans For Prom
Impact Of COVID Deaths On Communities
Demand Still Outpacing Vaccine Supply
Limestone County officials discuss storm shelter legislation
Video courtesy of Tiffany Perry
No way to track teacher vaccine progress in Madison County
Huntsville health officials explain process for Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine distribution
One person killed in crash involving multiple vehicles in Muscle Shoals
The weekly update
The rain is gone and the sun is here to stay. Plenty of sunshine in the forecast well into next week with temperatures staying seasonable in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
Wednesday morning headlines.
Sunny and pleasant Wednesday, especially by mid-afternoon with highs near 60 today. Parts of North Alabama could even touch 70 by Thursday. Other than a weak system Friday evening, most stay dry the next 7 days.
Chargers back at home Friday
WAAY 31's Max Cohan reports from Birmingham where two of three local teams advanced to the finals Tuesday.
Vaccine clinics ready, waiting for doses
Second mass coronavirus vaccine clinic underway at John Hunt Park
Land Cleared For AG Center
Kangaroo On the Loose
No. 1 seeded UAH is hosting Montevallo Tuesday night in the first round of the men’s Gulf South Conference tournament. UAH looking to repeat after winning the tourney in 2020. Head Coach John Shulman said after having a week and a half off, his players are ready to play. He said they’re an angry team after dropping their last regular season game to Union. We will have round one results at 10 on WAAY.
UAH hosts Montevallo Tuesday night
Bridget Divers was outside Decatur Morgan Hospital after talking with staff about their plans to resume elective surgeries.
Lauderdale County sees lack of coronavirus vaccination options
Women report swollen lymph nodes caused by coronavirus vaccine
Supply keeping Alabama coronavirus from vaccine progress
Video courtesy of Tiffany Perry
Showers arrive this afternoon and continue off and on through the evening. Rainfall totals should be light. We should finally start to dry out starting Wednesday.
Safer at Home
Vaccine Efficacy .
Vaccine roll out.
Tuesday morning headlines.
A dry start to Tuesday but rain chances pick up through the afternoon and evening today.
Chargers both take on Montevallo
North Alabama 3A teams are still in it
Doctors: Don't shop around for vaccine brands
Geologists to investigate after rockslide
Ashley Carter was in Madison County where thousands of people have already applied for an emergency rental assistance program.
Breken Terry was at Wilson Dam, she talked to the TVA on how it prepares for rain impacts.
Sierra Phillips is live at the site of a rock slide on Highway 117 near Jackson County Road 14
Bridget Divers joins us live outside Decatur-Morgan Hospital where she talked to the hospitals president.
Trojans are looking for fourth straight title
Expert explains rise in gas prices nationally and in Alabama
Wilson Dam flowing 1 million gallons of water per second to prevent flooding
Coronavirus vaccine efficacy impacted by variants
Some lingering drizzle is possible this afternoon, but most stay dry. More rain returns Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Madison City Schools
Showers continue through Monday morning but drier weather moves in by this afternoon.
WAAY 31's Max Cohan talks baseball, hockey and basketball.
A former LImestone County employee is hoping to change that after he says he was fired for doing what's right.
In Huntsville, the allotment for vaccinations in group 1C, is not available yet but could be soon with the Johnson and Johnson emergency use.
Heavy rain continues to move across North Alabama tonight. While the severe threat is low, flash flooding and gusty winds will still be possible overnight.
A line of strong to severe storms is approaching North Alabama. Heavy rain, flooding, gusty winds, and brief spin up tornadoes will be possible throughout the night. Stay with WAAY 31 for updates.
“As much as they can go full-time, the better.”
WAAY 31's Max Cohan recaps Saturday's slate of final four games, sending two Huntsville teams to the title game.
Johnson and Johnson says they want to deliver 100M doses by the summer.
Much of Sunday will be dry outside of a few spotty showers. By tomorrow night, a line of heavy rain and thunderstorms could produce gusty winds and maybe an isolated tornado as it moves through.
The Trash Pandas are looking to hire game day staff
WAAY 31's Max Cohan reports from Birmingham where Mae Jemison advanced to the state finals with a blowout win Saturday.
Health experts are anxiously awaiting a one-and-done option to help speed vaccinations, as they race against a virus that already has killed more than 510,000 people in the U.S. and is mutating in increasingly worrisome ways.
A few showers will be possible tonight, but most remain dry. We're keeping a close eye on the potential strong to marginally severe storms Sunday night.
WAAY 31 Meteorologist Ashley Carter talks about the rain situation for this weekend and what to expect for the week ahead
WAAY 31's Ashley Carter with your Saturday Morning Forecast
Some clinics jump to 1C vaccine phase
Bill would allow no-excuse absentee voting
Suspect has history with shoplifting
Hornet fans get a show every basketball game.
Ridge Harrison is getting national recognition
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