UPDATED @ 9:17 AM Tuesday Morning Weather Briefing In Emergency ManagementRickey Stokes
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Jan 28 2014 9:06 AM
HOUSTON COUNTY: At 8:30 AM there was a briefing held by the National Weather Service in the Dothan - Houston County Emergency Management Agency.
The NWS said weather will start to go downhill this afternoon. Some of the affected areas, which include all southeast Alabama counties, that is US, and Southwest Georgia and Florida panhandle. The temperatures will be below freezing by 2 PM today. That will cause slick roadways, bridges and other areas.
There could be some power outages in areas as temperatures drop and tree limbs fall on power lines. Some warming stations are being set up in different areas. We will post those later today.
You can go to Dothanhoustoncountyema.org and click on National Weather Service links for up to date weather information.
The Houston County Commission will close all Houston County Offices on Wednesday. All Houston County roads, by order of Chairman Mark Culver, will close at 10 PM tonight until. Chairman Culver has changed the times three times so he might close the roads earlier and the county offices earlier.
As much as one to two inches of sleet and snow is expected.
Should you have any major issues and need Chairman Culver he can be contacted at 334-797-0040. If you need any help with warming stations or places for your animals to remain safe from the weather call Chairman Culver if assistance is needed.
UPDATED @ 9:10 AM
Houston County roads will close at 6 PM. They will be closed indefinitely. All Houston County offices will close at 3 PM. All county employees will be dismissed.
UPDATED @ 9:17 AM
The Houston County Courthouse will be closed on Wednesday. All court is cancelled at Houston County Courthouse on Wednesday.
UPDATED @ 9:20 AM
The City of Dothan offices will be open. Any scheduled court appearances in Dothan Municipal Court are on as scheduled.
MKAE SURE YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE IN A CITY OF DOTHAN MUNICIPAL COURT CASE AND A HOUSTON COUNTY DISTRICT OR CIRCUIT COURT CASE.