Severe storms are expected to roll through north Alabama and south Tennessee overnight with a window starting around 10pm and lasting until 5am (Monday, November 5th into Tuesday, November 6th).
This storm will produce strong winds and heavy rain; there is also a possibility of hail and tornadoes. The weather will quickly improve through the Tuesday midday and will have no effect on the polls for tomorrow's voting.
The reason for school delays is due to the potential for wind damage and power outages due to the storm.
Albertville City Schools - 2 hour delay. All employees should report at 8:00 unless otherwise directed.
Athens City Schools - 2 hour delay
Boaz City Schools - 2 hour delay
Cullman County Schools - 2 hour delay
Cullman City School - 2 hour delay
DeKalb County Schools - 2 hour delay
Guntersville City Schools - CLOSED (The school day was originally scheduled to be a half day) - Staff report at 10am
Huntsville City Schools -
School Delay for Tues., Nov 6th: All elementary, middle, P-8, and junior high classes will begin at 10:00am. All high school classes will begin at 10:30am. Buses will also run on a two-hour delayed schedule.
School Delay for Tues., Nov 6th: At this time there is a probability of severe weather late Mon. night into Tues. morning. Therefore, HCS will operate on a 2-hr delay on Tues., Nov. 6. The 2 hr. delay will also apply to all HCS employees, unless otherwise directed by supervisor
Jackson County Schools - 2 hour delay
Lawrence County Schools - 2 hour delay
Madison Academy - 2 hour delay
Madison County Schools - 2 hour delay
Madison City Schools - 2 hour delay
Marshall County Schools - 2 hour delay
Morgan County Schools - 2 hour delay
Wallace State Community College - 2 hour delay