James Spann: ‘Severe Weather Threat Is Ending Now in Tuscaloosa’
It appears that severe weather threat originally forecasted for Tuscaloosa Wednesday afternoon is coming to a close.
According to a Tweet from ABC 33/40 Chief Meteorologist James Spann, “The severe weather threat is ending now in Tuscaloosa as the dryline moves east of the city. Severe threat continues along and east of I-65.”
As a result, Mayor Maddox and the City of Tuscaloosa have also made the decision to close area storm shelters.
The dryline is now between Tuscaloosa and Birmingham. Risk of storms has ended for Tuscaloosa and points west… pic.twitter.com/pVdxT2dgyY
— James Spann (@spann) April 5, 2017