A Quick Check On Our Situation Just Before 1:30 PM

At 1:20 pm, we continue to have a line of showers and a few embedded claps of thunder moving through the west and moving into the central parts of North/Central Alabama. At this point, there are no warnings issued, but some of these storms have produced some gusty winds.

A few reports of downed trees have been reported across NWS Chat, much of which was downed due to gradient winds ahead of the front.

There is a low potential for severe storms thru 10:00 pm, mainly east of a line from Haleyville, to Fayette, to Demopolis. The primary threats include brief tornadoes and isolated damaging winds. West of that line, the severe threat has ended for the day. In addition, gusty winds of 30 to 40 mph are possible through 5:00 pm, generally north of Interstate 85.

A Marginal Risk continues for much of North/Central Alabama with the exception of the extreme southwestern portions of the area.

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