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Snowstorm Spreads Across the South

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  • Jan. 19: Snow blanketed the Highland Park Golf Course in Birmingham, Ala., during a snow storm that lasted a couple of hours. While roads were passable Saturday, meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Birmingham said the roads would probably freeze over Saturday night, as temperatures drop to around 17 degrees.
  • Jan. 19: Ella Parker, 5, builds a snowman at her home near Laurel, Miss., after 2-3 inches of snow blanketed parts of southern Miss.
  • Jan. 19: Jack Harrison, a lineman with the Mississippi Power Company, repairs downed power lines in Laurel, Miss., after 2-3 inches of snow blanketed parts of souther Mississippi.
  • Jan. 19: David Calley, front right, and Caleb Martin realize they are about to hit a tree while sledding down a hill at Gardner Park in Laurel, Miss., after a storm dropped 2-3 inches of snow in parts of southern Mississippi.
  • Jan. 19: Arthur Grice, 69, builds a snowman at his farm near Laurel, Miss., after 2-3 inches of snow blanketed parts of southern Mississippi.
  • Jan. 19: James Russell walks through the falling snow in Montgomery, Ala. Residents of central Alabama awoke to a light snow which was expected to continue through most of the day.
  • Jan. 19: Horses run through falling snow at a horse farm near McAdory, Ala. The early morning snow blanketed the central portion of Alabama but cleared quickly in the Birmingham metro area.
  • Jan. 19: Leah Otts, 12, left, with her friend Reed Galloway, 11, samples the runoff from a snowball in Jackson, Miss. Most of southern Mississippi is under a winter weather advisory Saturday with reports of heavy snow from Interstate 20 to near the Gulf Coast.

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