You Might Have to Turn on the AC

Get ready for some of the warmest weather we’ve had all year today and tomorrow in Alabama. Unsure if our area will break any temperature records but the range is between 84 and 88 degrees.

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Wednesday Night Storms

We are closely monitoring a storm system that could bring damaging winds and hail (again) to some of the Townsquare Media coverage areas.

Risk Levels and Areas

Currently, the Storm Prediction Center has the northwest corner under a “slight risk” while there is a “marginal risk” for areas from the Huntsville area and other counties like all of Lamar, a good portion of Fayette, and a small portion of Pickens.

National Weather Service
National Weather Service


We are facing another evening storm system. The National Weather Service in Birmingham has projected the timing to be from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m.

Possible Threats

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that “a few storms across Northwest Alabama could produce strong gusty winds and hail tomorrow night; the tornado risk is low.”

For Thursday and Friday, you can expect a difference in temperatures with periods of rain but at this time no severe weather is expected.

Holiday Weekend

Looking ahead to the holiday weekend, currently, showers are in the forecast but Sunday should be sunny and somewhat dry.

(Source) Click here to follow the Facebook Page for James Spann. For more from the National Weather Service Birmingham, click here.

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