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More Strong Thunderstorms Moving into West Alabama Tonight

More severe weather is possible around Tuscaloosa and West Alabama Monday Night (June 9th).

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Weather Update From the City of Tuscaloosa – April 29, 2014

According to updated weather timelines, the threat for severe weather has shifted later in the afternoon to between 3p and 6p on Tuesday afternoon.

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Tuscaloosa City Weather Briefing and Update

April 29th 6:34

According to the latest information released by Tuscaloosa City officials, one fatality has been confirmed but cause of death is pending. A 21-year old white male was transported to DCH Regional Medical Center after a retaining wall collapsed

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Pictures Shared on Social Media from Tuscaloosa Severe Weather

A massive storm with constant thunder and lightning and reports of a tornado touching down moved through Tuscaloosa and surrounding areas Monday night.

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Twitter Feeds Go Wild with Photos of Monday’s Weather Across Mississippi and Alabama

As storms began to wreak havoc across parts of Mississippi and Alabama on Monday, weather watchers were ready with their phones and took to Twitter to show what they saw.

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Mayor Walt Maddox Informs Tuscaloosa of Potential Bad Weather Today [Audio]

Mayor Walt Maddox joined Chris Stewart earlier and helped us understand the potential danger of the incoming storm that will stretch across the entire state of Alabama.

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Photo Courtesy: Alexey Klementiev

Deep South Weather Predictions for the Spring and Summer of 2014

The trusted source for weather well before high tech radar, computer models and the birth of James Spann, was the Old Farmer's Almanac. They've been around since 1792. The Declaration of Independence hadn't even been adopted yet

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Image courtesy National Weather Service

Beach Safety: Do’s and Dont’s of Rip Currents

There's nothing as relaxing as a beach vacation. The Gulf Coast attracts thousands of visitors every year, especially to the sugar white sands of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama. Swimming in the open ocean comes with its own set of rules, and travelers should be especially cautious of wind and weather conditions before hitting the beach.

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NWS Birmingham
NWS Birmingham

Severe Storms Likely This Evening

Tonight's forecast calls for a 100% chance of showers and thunderstorms, some of which could be severe. Damaging straight-line winds are possible along with hail and even the chance of an isolated tornado.

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Iowa Environmental Mesonet

There’s a New ‘Tornado Alley:’ See Which States Had The Most Tornado Warnings Since 2005

The Midwest has long been perceived as the "tornado capital" of the US. States like Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska are popular hunting grounds for storm chasers; most people seem to think that these states see more tornadoes than any other place in America. New data from the National Weather Service proves that simply isn't true. Where, then, is tornado alley really located? The answer may surprise you. 

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