James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said on Facebook that “dry, pleasant weather conditions across Alabama today, but several rounds of rain and storms are likely tomorrow through Wednesday. Some of the storms could be severe.”

Currently, a series of complex storms that move across Alabama on that will bring severe storms on Tuesday and Wednesday. We are closely monitoring this weather situation and will keep you up to date with any new information.

The National Weather Service in Birmingham Highlights

Tuesday:

Where: All of Central Alabama

When: 6 am to 7 pm

Threats: Damaging winds to 60 mph, Tornadoes possible, Quarter size hail, Localized flooding

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Wednesday:

Where: All of Central Alabama

When: Afternoon into the night

Threats: Damaging winds to 60 mph, Quarter sized hail, A tornado or two cannot be ruled out

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Tuesday

The Storm Prediction Center has forecasted the following:

"Enhanced risk" (level 3/5) for much of South Alabama

"Slight risk" (level 1/5) extends as far north as Fayette, Oneonta, and Gadsden.

"Marginal risk" (level 1/5) for the northern third of the state is under a

Spann said that “an organized mass of rain and storms will move through the state tomorrow morning, generally in the 6 am to 12 noon time frame. There will be no surface-based instability over the northern half of the state, so the severe weather threat will be mainly confined to South Alabama, where stronger storms will be capable of producing strong winds, hail, and possibly a tornado or two. The rain will be heavy at times statewide tomorrow morning.”

Also, there is a chance of additional storms in the afternoon and evening. Spann believes this is “a conditional threat for the afternoon/evening hours; the main threat window comes from 2:00 until 8:00 p.m.”

Wednesday

The Storm Prediction Center has forecasted the following:

"Enhanced risk" (level 3/5) for parts of North and Central Alabama

"Slight risk" (level 1/5) for the rest of the state

We are watching this second round of severe weather as well. Spann noted that this “line of storms will pass through the state between 2:00 and 9:00 p.m. Wednesday. Rain totals tomorrow and Wednesday will average 1-3 inches; some flooding issues could develop in spots.”

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