Cold Front Moving In…Radar Update 7am Monday
October 1, 2012 Leave a comment
Good Monday morning! As of 7am, the surface cold front was moving into west Alabama, as the intense surface low moves to the northeast. The heaviest rain is over east Alabama, where there was a tornado warning earlier. At this point, there are no active watches or warnings across west, central or east Alabama. The best chance of severe weather will continue east of I-65 through the early afternoon hours.
As for west Alabama, we’ll have to watch the radar for a few more hours. A few storms are trying to develop just west and southwest of Tuscaloosa. These cells are moving north northeast at 30mph. As of 7am, there are no signs of this activity becoming severe. Stay weather alert through lunch across central Alabama, but the risk of an isolated severe storm should end west of I-65 before 10am. In this risk zone, we’re expecting a low end chance of an isolated, small tornado.
Again, look for this mess to end quickly this morning, with the risk of a few showers on and off through tonight.
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