Along with rare snowfall in Louisiana.
As of Friday night, Randolph and Calhoun counties in eastern Alabama had each reported 10 inches of snow according to the National Weather Service in Birmingham.
The weather service logged reports of 8 inches, 7 inches and multiple reports of 6 inches across the state.
The Birmingham International Airport had recorded 4 inches of snow as of noon Friday, making it the third highest December snowfall on record.
Although perhaps not all that impressive to Northerners, Mobile’s six-tenths of an inch as of 9:30 p.m Friday evening was still enough to set a record.
The snowfall was widespread. See preliminary totals here:
Thanks to Stephen Bird for these links