Gadsden-Etowah County EMA Director Mike Bryant tells ABC 33/40's Larry Miller that multiple agencies are preparing for more snow and ice Tuesday. The first round of winter weather left slick roads and bridges. However, round two could leave the city and parts of Etowah county under two inches of snow.
Gadsden residents poured into grocery stores Monday night stocking up on food and milk. Many of them said they were confident they city and county officials could handle the weather effectively. A warming station has been setup at First Baptist Church of Gadsden for people in need of shelter.