From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE –Mayor Buddy Choat said city hall will close at 10 a.m.
Police officers and other city personnel are keeping an eye on road conditions throughout the day on Friday, Choat said. Many of the lesser traveled roads are now covered over with snow throughout Trussville and Jefferson County.
Trussville police reported that some road conditions have become more challenging as the snow continues to fall at mid morning. At 9 a.m., police asked everyone to stay off the roads, if possible, as conditions are worsening.
“Bridges and overpasses in the city are becoming icy, so please drive carefully if you must be out on the roads.” TPD posted on social media. “Please avoid Service Road between Echo Hills and Trussville Clay Road due to icy conditions.”
Meanwhile, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office is reporting multiple traffic issues across the county.
Traffic accident reported Old Springville Road at Somersby, deputies reported. a car struck utility pole. There were no injuries reported in the wreck..
At about 8:30 a.m., the sheriff’s office stated, “Eastern Valley Road overpass at I-459, AL Highway 269 bridges in Jefferson County getting slick. McClendon Chapel Road in Bluff Ridge becoming treacherous.”
Deputies also report a car slid off of a ramp at Highway 78 West and Interstate 22 and there are reports of slushy, icy roads in Greenwood area.
Jefferson and St. Clair counties are under a winter storm warning until midnight Friday.