After dealing with flooding rains, Tuscaloosa County is now facing a fear of snow and sleet.
Crew have prepared for the several inches that could fall on Thursday. Tuscaloosa County Public Works employees are gassing up cars and also stockpiling sand and de-icing salt. They are having some crews remain on standby and are concerned about ice forming on any of the 150 bridges in Tuscaloosa County.
"We've tried to move from a maintenance operation to a response operation," said county engineer Alan Spring over the winter storm actions.
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