A very dynamic system with a strong cold front will move through Central Alabama during the latter part of Friday and into the early morning hours on Saturday that will bring us a wide gamut of weather conditions... from strong to severe storms to sleet and snow. Here are my latest thoughts on what I see happening.
As of the latest update from the Storm Prediction Center, the northeast quarter of North/Central Alabama has been placed in a level 2/5 Slight Risk for severe storms for the remainder of the day, which was upgraded from a level 1/5 Marginal Risk. Much of the rest of the area remains in a Marginal Risk. … Continue reading Portions of North/Central Alabama Upgraded to a Slight Risk for Severe Storms Today
Monday and Tuesday's weather will be rather similar… Skies will be mostly sunny throughout the day on Monday with afternoon highs reaching the lower to mid-70s. Tuesday will be much of the same except for a few more clouds rolling through the area during the mid to late morning hours. Highs will be in the lower 70s in the northwest to the upper 70s in the southeast.
Simulated radar valid from 10 am Friday through 2 pm Saturday. We’ll have two rounds of storms throughout your Friday and into the first half of Saturday as a very unsettled weather pattern continues to stay in place over North/Central Alabama. The first round will be scattered in nature and may become severe with damaging … Continue reading Strong to Severe Storms Possible from Late Friday Morning Through Early Saturday Afternoon
So on the latest forecast track (10:00 pm) from the National Hurricane Center, nearly all of the state of Alabama remains in the forecast cone as Hurricane Delta is still expected to make an impact on Central Alabama.
As of 11:15 am, we only have a few light spotty showers over the extreme western part of North Alabama along with a few spotty showers around the I-65 corridor in between I-20 and I-85.
With the latest updated information and projected path of Tropical Storm Cristobal, there is a small possibility that we could see tropical-storm-force winds as far east as Mobile County starting on Sunday morning.