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PHOTOS: Sub-freezing temperatures leave an icy world in Alabama

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The sub-freezing temperatures in Alabama are making for interesting ice creations Tuesday.

Since there won’t be any thawing out today, ice is being seen from frozen water bottles, to frozen yards.

There’s word that many fountains in the Birmingham area are frozen over, including the fountain in Five Points South, and fountains at Samford and in the Grayson Valley area.

It looks like a winter wonderland at the Iberia Bank in Vestavia Hills Tuesday, because the bank’s yard is covered in ice.

Workers say the sprinkler system was left on overnight, and coated the property in ice.

Also, many schools in the area have decided to delay another 2 hours Wednesday, so check out the complete list here.

Temperatures are expected to go above freezing by noon Wednesday.
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