Tornado Watch in Effect for Some Alabama Counties Until 9 PM on Monday
Much of South Alabama is at risk for severe storms this afternoon and evening, and the National Weather Service in Alabama has issued a Tornado Watch in effect until 9 p.m. tonight.
The counties affected by the watch include:
AUTAUGA BALDWIN BARBOUR BULLOCK BUTLER CHOCTAW CLARKE COFFEE CONECUH COVINGTON CRENSHAW DALE DALLAS ESCAMBIA GENEVA GREENE HALE HENRY HOUSTON LOWNDES MARENGO MOBILE MONROE MONTGOMERY PERRY PIKE SUMTER WASHINGTON WILCOX
Tuscaloosa could still see thunderstorms and heavy rain today, but the greatest severe weather risk is for counties south of Tuscaloosa. The forecast calls for rain throughout the day, but the biggest threat will come between 12PM and 7PM for West Alabama. The chances are low, but these storms could include tornadoes, strong winds, and hail.