Snow could follow deadly storm in Alabama

Montgomery could see the most snow

Snow could follow deadly storm in Alabama

Insurance News

By Will Koblensky

Following a devastating lightning and wind storm on Monday that left four dead in Alabama, snowfall is expected for the typically humid state this weekend.

As much as nine inches of snow could fall in the Montgomery area, according to NBC affiliate WSFA’s model projections.

The news of winter weather, more characteristic of Colorado or Maine, comes only days after a tree was knocked over by wind gusts and crushed a family inside of a mobile home in Rehobeth, Alabama.

The same storm system claimed the life of a man in Florida and a woman in Georgia.

The Kemp Agency, a Farmers captive located in the Birmingham suburb of Moody, said it hadn’t received any claims yet but was ready in case its clients got stranded on the roads this weekend.

“We would get them tow trucks to get them pulled out,” a Kemp Agency spokesperson said. “If we have to go out there and take them home, we’ll take them home and get them to one of our preferred vendors to get their car repaired.”

The Kemp Agency said that, even though snow isn’t a common sight in Alabama, Farmers was prepared for anything.

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