In terms of road closures, as of Saturday afternoon, these were some of the conditions in and around Tuscaloosa:
I-359 was reopened around 3:30 p.m., per the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Department.
Restricted Access Roads (ice/slush still making travel dangerous):
25th Ave E between 2nd St E and 7th St E
Jug Factory Rd at 51st St E
26th Avenue East at Skyland Boulevard (passable)
Kicker Road between Hargrove Road E and Carriage Lane
For LOCAL road information in Tuscaloosa:
FYI: If you need information on statewide road/travel conditions (this includes I-20/59)
Locally, Tuscaloosa 311 is open for non-emergency calls.
If you know of anyone who needs a warm place in Tuscaloosa, you can contact Tuscaloosa Police or Tuscaloosa FireRescue. Call (205) 349-2121.
The bottom line: Do not get out on these roads. Some roads deemed passable could very easily become impassible. With temps again expected to dip into the teens across much of Alabama on Saturday night, conditions were expected to deteriorate. Roads will refreeze. The National Weather Service said temperatures should go above freezing sometime on Sunday afternoon.