Snow totals are around six inches for most of the area Sunday and Monday, but thankfully Marshall county reports no power outages with the storm. Elden Chumley of the Municipal Utilities Board in Albertville said his chief concern was not ice on power lines, but rather motorists colliding with utility poles. Although the risk is still there, that hasn't really happened. The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency said "travel dangers" will likely continue throughout the week. Weather forecasts show temperatures near or below freezing until Friday, keeping snow and possibly ice on roads for days. The Alabama Department of Public Safety advised to drive slowly and try not to accelerate or brake on bridges and overpasses.