Let’s face it. February 2020 has been VERY WET – and we haven’t even hit the midpoint of the month.
According to data from National Weather Service Forecast Office, Birmingham has accumulated 8.85 inches of rain this month. Tuscaloosa has topped 11 inches.
What do you get with this kind of rainfall in North Alabama? Spectacular waterfalls.
Folks have been posting videos of overflowing waterfalls since the rains started really coming down in early February.
We’ve compiled videos from Little River Falls, Nocculula Falls, High Falls and Desoto State Park.
Missing in action: Turkey Creek Falls, Moss Rock Falls and others nearer to the Magic City.
Got videos of these waterfalls roaring? Send them to Bham Now at firstname.lastname@example.org or share the videos in the comment section of this story.
Meanwhile, stay safe out there and enjoy the show!
Little River Canyon
Last week, on February 6th, the Little River Canyon Center captured an overflowing Little River Falls. It’s hard to imagine that during the drought of 2016, the falls were a trickle. See the contrast.
Just about 50 miles northeast of Birmingham is Noccalula Falls near Gadsden. Checkout both the drone footage and falls with the 9 foot statue of Noccalula in the background.
Move over Niagara Falls. See Alabama’s Desoto Falls at Desoto State Park.
High Falls in Dekalb County
One of Alabama’s less known but most powerful waterfalls. Check out High Falls.