Got to stay on your toes today. The SPC updates severe weather risks by expanding the Slight Risk.
Category: Severe Weather
Heavy Rain & A Few Severe Storms Possible Today
A couple of tornadoes, damaging winds up to 60 mph, hail up to quarter size, and a few flash flooding issues will be possible this afternoon and evening. Have your plan of safety and your safe place ready just in case your location goes under a warning.
A Look at the New Year’s Severe Weather Threat
We are still looking a decent severe weather threat across all of North/Central Alabama, where all modes of severe weather will be possible, especially the threat of damaging winds up to 70 mph and tornadoes.
No Rest for the Weary… Severe Threats Today Through Saturday night
We now have a risk of stronger to severe storms from today through Saturday night, before much calmer and colder weather moves in late on Sunday.
Showers Possible Today; Severe Storms Possible Tomorrow, Thursday, & This Weekend
An active stretch is setting up over Central Alabama that will bring two waves of stronger to severe storms to the area… one on Wednesday and Thursday, with the other one moving in this weekend.
Pesky Clouds Hide the Sun For Most This Afternoon; Severe Threats on Wednesday & This Weekend
As of 2:50 pm, skies across North/Central Alabama remain partly to mostly cloudy, but that has not held back those afternoon temperatures. Those temperatures are running in the upper 60s to the upper 70s according to the 2 pm roundup.
At Midday on Christmas Day — Warm and Dry Through Monday; Severe Threat Introduced for Wednesday
While most of the area's skies have cleared out, some of the northern and northeastern parts of the area are still putting up with some cloud cover. This cloud cover could keep the afternoon highs from reaching the forecasted potential for today.