Snowfall Delivers Rare South Alabama, Northwest Florida Sight (With Photo Gallery)

December 9, 2017

It was a rare sight across the North Escambia area early Saturday morning with a blanket of snow across south Alabama and portion of Northwest Florida.

Snowfall totals ranged from just a dusting in southern Escambia County, FL, to 1.25 inches in Bratt, to several inches in Escambia County, AL.

For dozens of reader submitted photos from across the area, click here for a photo gallery.

To submitted additional photos, email or upload on our Facebook or tag @northescambia on Twitter. We expect to publish additional snowfall photos during the day on Saturday.

Pictured: Snow early Saturday morning in Century (top) and (in order going down the page) Bratt, Cantonment, Molino, Century, Bratt, Poarch, Atmore and Flomaton. Reader submitted photos for, click to enlarge.


One Response to “Snowfall Delivers Rare South Alabama, Northwest Florida Sight (With Photo Gallery)”

  1. Mike Spears on December 10th, 2017 1:00 pm

    Congratulations, you beat us in Stellar town, Nova Scotia by having the 1st snowfall this winter season! Hope you all enjoyed the snow, but so sad to here about the lost of life, my heart goes out to their families. Enjoy the snow and keep safe!

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