Here are some photos that Mr. Bagley shared with us from various past weather events...


Snow in Southwest Huntsville in February of 1963.

H.D.'s sons Hollis and Bert shoveling snow in Southwest Huntsville in February of 1963.

Snow in Southwest Huntsville in February of 1963.

Snow in Southwest Huntsville in February of 1963.

Snow in Southwest Huntsville in February of 1963.

Bert has a taste of the snow on Monte Sano in March of 1963.

Jo, Bert, and Hollis in the snow on Monte Sano in March of 1964.

Snow on Monte Sano in March of 1963.

Snow in Southwest Huntsville in the winter of 1964.

Snow in Southwest Huntsville in the winter of 1964.

Snow in Southwest Huntsville in the winter of 1964.

Hollis playing in the snow, 1964.

Hollis and Bert playing in the snow, 1965.

Hollis and Bert playing in the snow, 1966.

A snow-covered driveway at the Bagley residence on Monte Sano Mountain in 1970.

Ice brought down this tree during a 1973 winter storm.

Flooding along the Flint River during the big flood in March of 1973. This is a view from U.S. 431.

The aftermath of an April 3, 1974 tornado surrounds this Monte Sano Park sign.

H.D. stands next to iced-down trees, 1975.

A snow and ice covered deck, 1985.

A kid sledding down an icy Monte Sano Mountain street after a winter storm in 1985.

More snow. This picture is from 1986.

Snow on Monte Sano in 1988.

Snow on Monte Sano in 1988.

Snow on Monte Sano in 1988.

This image was submitted to H.D. by a viewer. While we are unsure of the exact date when it was taken, we do know that it was during a very cold winter - so cold that parts of the Tennessee River had frozen over. In fact, the group of people in this picture are standing on top of the Tennessee River near Guntersville.

Radar dome at Channel 19 before it was placed on top of its tower.

Image from a slide of twin tornadoes in Elkhart, IN on April 11, 1965. The original image was taken by Paul Huffman.

Comic strip from Weatherwise magazine. The caption reads "Frankly, I don't like the look of the weather."
 

 


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