Nice Soaking Rain in Spots, Others Stay Dry… Tueday Radar Update 1:20pm
August 7, 2012 Leave a comment
A nice batch of scattered storms have developed over parts of west Alabama as of 1:20pm Tuesday. Scattered storms stretch in a line from Winston County to parts of Walker and Fayette to Tuscaloosa and Pickens County. These storms are moving south southwest at 20 to 30 mph. Some spots will get a good soaking, while other spots stay hot and dry. Look for storms to decrease after sunset this evening. You’ll need to keep the rain gear handy through the rest of the afternoon incase a storm develops over your area. Even if you get rain at your house, it won’t last all that long. It may rain for 30 min to an hour, then the storm will move on.
Scattered storms much like today’s activity will continue through Friday. The best chance of rain will happen during the afternoon hours. Keep in mind lightning safety. Storms will produce lots of lightning, so go indoors if a storm moves your way.
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