Weekend Forecast – Updated Tuesday at 9:23 PM

Here’s a look at your weekend forecast. Storms should move in late on Friday, so most of the day will be dry. A line of storms will move in Friday evening and Friday night and some of the storms could grow severe. As a cold front moves in, cooler air returns on Saturday and Sunday. Conditions will be nearly perfect for outdoor activities. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will reach the lower 70s, with low humidity. Lows at night will return into the middle 40s by Sunday morning. Expect full sunshine on Saturday and Sunday.

WVUA Chief Meteorologist Richard Scott

rscott@wvuatv.com

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NWS Storm Survey Update – All Damage from Winds, not tornadoes… Tuesday Update at 4:45 PM

…UPDATE FOR TUSCALOOSA…PICKENS…AND FAYETTE COUNTIES STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE…

A LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS…WITH AREAS OF EMBEDDED ROTATION…MOVED THROUGH CENTRAL ALABAMA MONDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THESE THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE ACROSS CENTRAL ALABAMA. THESE DAMAGING WINDS KNOCKED DOWN NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES.  SEVERAL OF THE FALLEN TREES LANDED ON HOMES AND OUTBUILDINGS.  STRUCTURAL DAMAGE WAS ALSO REPORTED AT SEVERAL LOCATIONS.

…TUSCALOOSA COUNTY STORM SURVEY…

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE LOCATIONS IN  TUSCALOOSA COUNTY JUST SOUTH OF THE BUHL COMMUNITY. DAMAGE WAS NOTED  OFF OF COUNTY ROAD 103 CROSSING SIPSEY VALLEY ROAD NORTH…THEN TO  THE NORTH-NORTHEAST…TO CORNELIUS CHAPEL ROAD. SEVERAL HARDWOOD  TREES WERE UPROOTED. THE MAJORITY OF THE DAMAGE WAS TREES BLOWN  DOWN. THERE WAS ALSO ROOF DAMAGE TO A MANUFACTURED HOME. TREE DAMAGE  PATH LENGTH WAS ABOUT 3.4 MILES. PATH WIDTH WAS ABOUT 200 YARDS.  THERE WAS LACK OF ANY STRONG EVIDENCE THAT SUGGESTED A TORNADO.  BASED ON THESE FINDINGS…THE DAMAGE WAS CONSISTENT WITH STRAIGHT  LINE WINDS AROUND 90 MPH. A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE TUSCALOOSA COUNTY  EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE IN THE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT.

…PICKENS COUNTY STORM SURVEY…

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE LOCATIONS IN  PICKENS COUNTY IN THE TOWN OF ALICEVILLE. DAMAGE WAS NOTED BETWEEN  SECOND STREET NORTHWEST AND NINTH STREET NORTHEAST AND NORTH OF  FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST. A FEW HARDWOOD AND SOFTWOOD TREES WERE  UPROOTED OR SNAPPED. THERE WERE SIGNS OF VISIBLE DAMAGE AND  SIGNIFICANT LOSS OF ROOF COVERING TO SOME SMALL RETAIL BUILDINGS.  DAMAGE PATH LENGTH WAS ABOUT .9 MILE. PATH WIDTH WAS ABOUT 200 YARDS. THERE WAS LACK OF ANY STRONG EVIDENCE THAT SUGGESTED A  TORNADO. BASED ON THESE FINDINGS…THE DAMAGE WAS CONSISTENT WITH  STRAIGHT LINE WINDS AROUND 90 MPH. A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE PICKENS COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE IN THE DAMAGE  ASSESSMENT.

…FAYETTE COUNTY STORM SURVEY…

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE LOCATIONS IN  FAYETTE COUNTY JUST EAST OF THE TOWN OF FAYETTE. DAMAGE WAS NOTED  BETWEEN NEAR HIGHWAY 18 AND COUNTY ROAD 26. A FEW SOFTWOOD TREES  WERE SNAPPED. THERE WAS LACK OF ANY STRONG EVIDENCE THAT SUGGESTED A
TORNADO. BASED ON THESE FINDINGS…THE DAMAGE WAS CONSISTENT WITH  STRAIGHT LINE WINDS AROUND 90 MPH. A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FAYETTE   COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE IN THE DAMAGE  ASSESSMENT.

…WALKER COUNTY STORM SURVEY…

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE LOCATIONS IN  WALKER COUNTY OFF OF CURRY ROAD NORTH OF JASPER. THERE WAS  WIDESPREAD TREE DAMAGE 3 MILES SOUTH OF CURRY. DOZENS OF SOFTWOOD  TREES WERE EITHER SNAPPED OFF OR WERE UPROOTED. SEVERAL HARDWOOD  TREES WERE ALSO UPROOTED. THE MAJORITY OF THE DAMAGE WAS TREES BLOWN
DOWN. HOWEVER…A COUPLE OF HOUSES HAD MINOR WIND DAMAGE OR DAMAGE  DUE TO A TREE FALLING ON THEM. ONE HOME SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE  WHEN A LARGE LIMB FELL ON IT RENDERING THE HOME UNLIVABLE. TREE  DAMAGE PATH LENGTH WAS ABOUT 3.6 MILES. THERE WAS LACK OF ANY STRONG  EVIDENCE THAT SUGGESTED A TORNADO. BASED ON THESE FINDINGS…THE  DAMAGE WAS CONSISTENT WITH STRAIGHT LINE WINDS AROUND 90 MPH. A  SPECIAL THANKS TO THE WALKER COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE IN THE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CONTINUES TO INVESTIGATE OTHER DAMAGE  LOCATIONS…WHERE ORGANIZED AREAS OF DAMAGE MIGHT BE ATTRIBUTED TO   TORNADO TOUCHDOWN. ADDITIONAL PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS WILL BE  ISSUED PERIODICALLY…AS SURVEYS TEAMS REPORT BACK THEIR FINDINGS.

AT THIS TIME…STORM SURVEYS ARE ONGOING FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES:

TEAM ONE: JEFFERSON COUNTY…BLUFF PARK AND VESTAVIA HILLS.

TEAM TWO: BIBB COUNTY…BRENT.
         

A MAJOR CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUCCESS OF OUR SEVERE WEATHER WARNING PROGRAM IS THE RECEIPT OF STORM REPORTS FROM ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND PARTNERS ACROSS CENTRAL ALABAMA. IF YOU WITNESSED OR ARE AWARE OF ANY STORM DAMAGE DUE TO HIGH WINDS OR TORNADOES…PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE…OR CALL OUR STORM REPORTING HOTLINE AT 1-800-856-0758.

WVUA Chief Meteorologist Richard Scott

rscott@wvuatv.com

Severe Weather Look Back – Tuesday at 4:10pm

Check out the image above from the Storm Prediction Center. The blue dots are wind damage reports. Below is a list of the reports we have from the Storm Prediction center and our local sources. So far, the national weather service has not found any tornado damage from yesterday’s stormy weather. They sent out a survey team today to investigate the damage. The common scene is downed trees and power lines.

Time          Location     County       State                         Report

2220 UNK HAMILTON MARION AL   8798 TREE DOWN ON HOUSE ON MILLICAN ST AND TREE DOWN ON VEHICLE ON MILTARY ST. (BMX)
2225 UNK 3 S MENDENHALL SIMPSON MS 3192 8987 FEW TREES DOWN … INCLUDING ONE ACROSS STATE HIGHWAY 13 (JAN)
2225 UNK 2 NNW KILLEN LAUDERDALE AL 3488 8754 A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN ACROSS CR 65. (HUN)
2230 UNK 5 SE MUSCLE SHOALS COLBERT AL 3469 8762 TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND A ROOF WAS BLOWN OFF OF A SHED IN THE SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE MUSCLE SHOALS COMMUNITY. THIS OCCURRED AT THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 20 AND (HUN)
2234 UNK SHUQUALAK NOXUBEE MS 3298 8857 TREES DOWN ACROSS STATE HWY 39 (JAN)
2238 UNK MACON NOXUBEE MS 3311 8856 NUMBER OF TREES DOWN IN MACON (JAN)
2241 UNK 5 NE SHUQUALAK NOXUBEE MS 3303 8851 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG MAHORNER RD. (JAN)
2241 UNK 3 E MACON NOXUBEE MS 3311 8851 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG HWY 14. (JAN)
2242 UNK 6 ENE MAGEE SMITH MS 3192 8964 GAZEBO DESTROYED AND A TRAMPOLINE THROWN ACROSS THE YARD. (JAN)
2245 UNK FAYETTE FAYETTE AL 3369 8783 METAL ROOF PARTIALLY BLOWN OFF FACTORY IN FAYETTE. ROOF DAMAGE TO SMALL BUILDING AND HOME 1 MILE EAST OF FAYETTE ON CR 26N. NUMEROUS TRESS ACROSS COUNTY. (BMX)
2248 UNK DIXON NESHOBA MS 3267 8922 POWER OUTAGES IN THE DIXON COMMUNITY (JAN)
2252 UNK ALICEVILLE PICKENS AL 3313 8816 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN AND AROUND ALICEVILLE (BMX)
2256 UNK ALICEVILLE PICKENS AL 3313 8816 ROOF DAMAGE TO BUSINESSES DOWNTOWN AND TREES ON RESIDENTIAL HOMES IN ALICEVILLE. (BMX)
2300 UNK 1 NE MOULTON LAWRENCE AL 3449 8728 A POWER POLE WAS KNOCKED DOWN IN MOULTON AT THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 157 AND HIGHWAY 24. (HUN)
2302 UNK 3 E HATTON LAWRENCE AL 3457 8737 A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN ON CR 150 NEAR HIGHWAY 157. (HUN)
2305 UNK 1 NW BAY SPRINGS JASPER MS 3199 8930 TREE DOWN BLOCKING COUNTY ROAD 182. (JAN)
2315 UNK 1 NW JASPER WALKER AL 3386 8728 TREES DOWN AND SOME METAL PEELED BACK ON ROOF OF AT LEAST ONE STRUCTURE. (BMX)
2315 UNK HALEYVILLE WINSTON AL 3424 8762 TREE DOWN ON CR 28 AND ON DIME RD. (BMX)
2315 UNK ATHENS LIMESTONE AL 3480 8697 A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN IN ATHENS. (HUN)
2320 UNK 2 E LAUDERDALE LAUDERDALE MS 3252 8848 TREE DOWN. POWERLINES DOWN ON YORK ROAD. (JAN)
2320 UNK 7 N JASPER WALKER AL 3395 8727 STRUCTURE DAMAGE AND MULTIPLE TREES DOWN. (BMX)
2322 UNK CURRY WALKER AL 3396 8721 STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ON HWY 257 IN CURRY AL. (BMX)
2324 UNK 1 SSE POPLAR SPRINGS WINSTON AL 3402 8739 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN IN THE COMMUNITY OF BATCH ON HWY 195. (BMX)
2325 60 MADISON MADISON AL 3470 8675 60 MPH WIND GUST ESTIMATED IN MADISON OFF COUNTY LINE ROAD. (HUN)
2325 UNK MADISON MADISON AL 3470 8675 A SIXTY MPH WIND GUST WAS ESTIMATED MADISON IN THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF COUNTY LINE ROAD. (HUN)
2326 UNK LIVINGSTON SUMTER AL 3260 8819 TREE DOWN ON AL 28. (BMX)
2326 UNK 2 S HARTSELLE MORGAN AL 3441 8694 THREE TREES WERE REPORTED BLOWN DOWN. ALSO PIECES OF A TIN ROOF FROM A BARN WERE SEEN BLOWN OFF. (HUN)
2328 UNK ENTERPRISE CLARKE MS 3217 8881 A COUPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN. (JAN)
2328 UNK 6 SSE TOMBIGBEE RIVER A SUMTER AL 3277 8814 TREE DOWN ON CR 21 AND TREE DOWN ON HWY 28. ESTIMATED WINDS SPEEDS OF 40 MPH. (BMX)
2328 60 MADISON MADISON AL 3470 8675 SIXTY MPH WIND GUST REPORTED. (HUN)
2330 UNK MERIDIAN LAUDERDALE MS 3238 8871 TREES DOWN … TREE ON POWERLINES (JAN)
2330 UNK COKER TUSCALOOSA AL 3325 8769 TREES DOWN ALONG SIPSEY VALLEY ROAD, COUNTY ROAD 140, PATE ROAD,ROMULUS ROAD, AND SAM SUTTON ROAD. (BMX)
2330 UNK ARLEY WINSTON AL 3408 8721 POWERLINES DOWN BLOCKING CR 41 AND CR 275 (BMX)
2331 UNK 6 W NORTHPORT TUSCALOOSA AL 3325 8769 TREES DOWN ALONG SIPSEY VALLEY ROAD AND COUNTY ROAD 140. (BMX)
2331 UNK 4 NNE HOLT TUSCALOOSA AL 3330 8748 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AROUND LAKE NICOL. (BMX)
2338 UNK 3 NE HEIDELBERG JASPER MS 3192 8895 HWY 11 BLOCKED BY DOWNED TREE (JAN)
2346 UNK 6 E SANDERSVILLE JONES MS 3179 8893 TREES DOWN (JAN)
2346 UNK 2 NNE LOGAN CULLMAN AL 3417 8699 A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN NEAR LOGAN. (HUN)
2350 UNK QUITMAN CLARKE MS 3204 8872 A COUPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON THE EAST SIDE OF TOWN. (JAN)
2350 UNK HUNTSVILLE MADISON AL 3471 8663 POWERLINES DOWN ON 8TH AVE … CYPRESS AVE … WHITESBURG … GOVERNORS DRIVE AND CALIFORNIA STREETS. (HUN)
2352 UNK MADISON MADISON AL 3470 8675 A SIXTY MPH WIND GUST WAS ESTIMATED 2.3 MILES SOUTH OF COUNTY LINE ROAD. (HUN)
2355 UNK WARRIOR JEFFERSON AL 3381 8681 TREES DOWN ON JASPER ROAD AND MORRIS DRIVE (BMX)
2356 UNK LAUREL JONES MS 3169 8914 POWER OUTAGE (JAN)
2358 UNK 4 WSW BLOUNT SPRINGS BLOUNT AL 3391 8687 TREES DOWN NEAR MILE MARKER 288 ON INTERSTATE 65. (BMX)
0000 UNK 4 WNW FAIRVIEW CULLMAN AL 3426 8675 FIRE DEPARTMENT IN GOLD RIDGE REPORTED MULTIPLE TREES DOWN AROUND THE FIRE STATION AND DAMAGE TO THE FIRE HOUSE. NUMEROUS TREES WERE ALSO REPORTED BY THIS FIRE DEPARTME (HUN)
0000 UNK 4 WNW FAIRVIEW CULLMAN AL 3427 8675 MAJOR DAMAGE TO 3 CHICKEN HOUSES AND ROOF TORN OFF BARN OFF COUNTY ROAD 1545. (HUN)
0004 UNK GREENSBORO HALE AL 3270 8759 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY. (BMX)
0009 UNK BLOUNTSVILLE BLOUNT AL 3410 8658 TREE DOWN ON ROSWELL CREEK RD IN BLOUNTSVILLE. (BMX)
0014 UNK BESSEMER JEFFERSON AL 3338 8696 TREE DOWN ON AVE H IN BESSEMER. (BMX)
0014 UNK 3 NNW FAIRFIELD JEFFERSON AL 3352 8694 TREE DOWN BLOCKING HWY 269 NEAR MINOR HIGH SCHOOL (BMX)
0015 UNK UNION GROVE MARSHALL AL 3440 8645 LARGE OLD PINE TREE UPROOTED AND LYING ACROSS DRIVEWAY. TWO MORE TREES DOWN. (HUN)
0015 UNK 5 NE HUNTSVILLE MADISON AL 3477 8652 TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN ON A HOUSE AND ON POWER LINES AT 522 OLD GURLEY ROAD AND OLD GURLEY AND TOWNSEND ROAD. (HUN)
0019 UNK 2 SSW VALHERMOSO SPRING MORGAN AL 3447 8670 SEVERAL TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN IN THE AREA. (HUN)
0020 UNK BUTLER CHOCTAW AL 3209 8822 A FEW TREES DOWN (MOB)
0020 UNK BRENT BIBB AL 3294 8716 SEVERAL TREES DOWN ALONG WITH ROOF DAMAGE NEAR LECROY CIRCLE AND BEAR CREEK ROAD (BMX)
0021 UNK 4 SW EOLINE BIBB AL 3295 8727 MULTIPLE TREES ON HOUSES ON COUNTRY ROAD 1. (BMX)
0021 UNK 2 NE CALERA SHELBY AL 3312 8673 TREES DOWN. (BMX)
0021 UNK MCCALLA JEFFERSON AL 3335 8701 LIGHT POST DOWN ON INTERSTATE 59 NEAR EXIT 107. (BMX)
0024 UNK 4 WSW HUNTSVILLE MADISON AL 3470 8666 AN EIGHT FOOT SECTION OF A TREE TOP WAS BROKEN OFF BY WINDS ON LEWTER ROAD (HUN)
0025 110 2 SW BRENT BIBB AL 3292 8719 WIND MEASURED FROM 70 FOOT UP THE TOWER. MULTIPLE LARGE TREES DOWN. DAMAGE TO RAWS AND RADIO TOWER. (BMX)
0027 UNK PENNINGTON CHOCTAW AL 3221 8806 A FEW TREES DOWN (MOB)
0027 UNK HOOVER JEFFERSON AL 3338 8682 NUMEROUS TREES ON HOUSES, POWERLINES DOWN, AND TREES DOWN ACROSS BLUFF PARK AREA. MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO ONE HOUSE. (BMX)
0028 UNK 3 SSW HOMEWOOD JEFFERSON AL 3342 8682 TREES DOWN AND POWERLINE ACROSS HACKBERRY LANE. (BMX)
0028 UNK VESTAVIA HILLS JEFFERSON AL 3343 8679 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ON SUNNYWOOD CIRCLE AT VESTRIDGE RD. TREE ON VEHICLE. (BMX)
0028 UNK 2 SE HOMEWOOD JEFFERSON AL 3344 8679 TREE DOWN AT THE CORNER OF HAVILAND DR AND GEORGIA AVE. (BMX)
0030 UNK CENTREVILLE BIBB AL 3297 8713 TREES DOWN ALONG THE FOLLOWING ROADS, SELMA, NORTH SCOTTSVILLE, FREDRICKS PASS, COUNTY ROAD 44, PAYNE LAKE, CAHABA ROADS AND COOPER STREET. (BMX)
0030 UNK VESTAVIA HILLS JEFFERSON AL 3343 8679 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN NEAR HAYES CIRCLE. (BMX)
0030 UNK 5 SSW BIRMINGHAM JEFFERSON AL 3347 8684 TREE DOWN ON WEST VALLEY AVE IN HOMEWOOD. (BMX)
0032 UNK 4 SE MCMINNVILLE WARREN TN 3565 8573 SEVERAL TREES WERE DOWNED AND SHINGLES WHERE BLOWN OF SEVERAL HOMES IN SMARTT. (OHX)
0034 UNK PELHAM SHELBY AL 3330 8679 LARGE TREE BLOCKING CHANDAFERN DR. (BMX)
0034 UNK CAHABA HEIGHTS JEFFERSON AL 3346 8673 TREE DOWN ON HOUSE ON MEADOW LAWN NEAR DOLLY RIDGE. (BMX)
0035 UNK 4 WSW BRIERFIELD IRONWO BIBB AL 3302 8697 *** 1 INJ *** TREE FELL ON A BRIARFIELD FIRE TRUCK ALONG HIGHWAY 25. ONE FIREMAN SUSTAINED MINOR INJURIES. (BMX)
0039 UNK MOUNTAINBORO ETOWAH AL 3415 8613 NUMEROUS TREES REPORTED DOWN ACROSS COUNTY. (BMX)
0040 UNK MONTEVALLO SHELBY AL 3311 8685 WIND DAMAGE TO A STORE FRONT ON MAIN STREET IN MONTEVALLO. (BMX)
0040 UNK 6 SE MOUNTAIN BROOK SHELBY AL 3342 8668 TREE DOWN ON A VEHICLE ON BROOK HIGHLAND LANE. NO INJURIES REPORTED. (BMX)
0040 UNK 9 NE CULLMAN CULLMAN AL 3427 8673 TOPS OFF CHICKEN HOUSES … ROOF TORN OFF BARN AND AWNINGS RIPPED OFF CHURCH 1/2 MILES SOUTH OF VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT AT GOLD RIDGE. (HUN)
0045 UNK CALERA SHELBY AL 3310 8675 TREE DOWN ON HOUSE ON BRENDA DRIVE. (BMX)
0045 UNK 1 WSW MONTEVALLO SHELBY AL 3311 8686 TREE ON A HOUSE ON NABORS STREET. (BMX)
0045 UNK 2 NE CALERA SHELBY AL 3312 8673 LARGE TREE DOWN. (BMX)
0045 UNK 4 SE MCMINNVILLE WARREN TN 3565 8573 SEVERAL TREES WERE DOWNED AND SHINGLES WHERE BLOWN OF SEVERAL HOMES IN SMARTT. (OHX)
0050 UNK 4 NNE JEMISON CHILTON AL 3301 8672 TREES DOWN ACROSS COUNTRY ROAD 73. (BMX)
0055 UNK GADSDEN ETOWAH AL 3401 8601 TREE DOWN BLOCKING WALNUT ST AND SOUTH 11 ST. (BMX)
0100 UNK GERALDINE DEKALB AL 3436 8600 POWERLINES DOWN IN THE CHIGGER HILL COMMUNITY ALONG HWY 227 WEST OF GERALDINE. (HUN)
0100 UNK SOUTH PITTSBURG MARION TN 3502 8571 COUPLE TREES DOWN. (MRX)
0102 UNK 1 ESE TALLAHATTA SPRING CLARKE AL 3191 8786 POWER LINES REPORTED DOWN BY DOWNED TREE. (MOB)
0106 UNK CHELSEA SHELBY AL 3333 8664 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON HIGHWAY 336 AND SUNSET LAKE DRIVE IN CHELSEA. (BMX)
0108 UNK SAND ROCK CHEROKEE AL 3424 8577 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN IN THE SAND ROCK COMMUNITY (BMX)
0110 UNK SUMMERFIELD DALLAS AL 3252 8704 LARGE TREE BLOCKING ROAD IN THE SUMMERFIELD AREA. (BMX)
0110 UNK SAND ROCK CHEROKEE AL 3424 8577 TREE FELL ON CAR AND SHINGLES BLOWN OFF BARN ON COUNTY LINE STREET. (BMX)
0110 UNK 3 ENE SAND ROCK CHEROKEE AL 3426 8571 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN IN THE TUCKERS CHAPEL COMMUNITY. (BMX)
0110 UNK FORT PAYNE DEKALB AL 3445 8569 LARGE TREE ON RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE ON 7TH STREET IN NW FORT PAYNE. HEAVY STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. (HUN)
0111 UNK 3 NNE GROVE HILL CLARKE AL 3174 8777 POWER LINES DOWN DUE TO DOWNED TREE AT INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 44 AND COUNTY ROAD 7. (MOB)
0111 UNK 4 SSW VALLEY HEAD DEKALB AL 3453 8565 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ALONG RAILROAD JUST NORTHEAST OF COUNTY ROAD 604 AND 137. REPORT FROM DEKALB COUNTY EMA. (HUN)
0115 UNK LINCOLN TALLADEGA AL 3360 8614 TREES DOWN ON SHELTON SHORES ROAD. (BMX)
0115 UNK 3 E SAND ROCK CHEROKEE AL 3424 8572 TREE DOWN CAUSING A VEHICLE ACCIDENT NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF ALABAMA HWY 273 AND COUNTY ROAD 48. (BMX)
0115 UNK 5 NE CEDAR BLUFF CHEROKEE AL 3428 8554 TREE DOWN ACROSS HWY 68 (BMX)
0115 UNK 6 NW CEDAR BLUFF CHEROKEE AL 3429 8567 VEHICLE TRAPPED BETWEEN TWO DOWNED TREES AT ALABAMA HWY 273 AND COUNTY ROAD 82. NO INJURIES REPORTED. (BMX)
0115 UNK FORT PAYNE DEKALB AL 3445 8569 TREE FELL ON HOUSE ON JENNINGS RD ON LOOKOUT MTN NEAR FORT PAYNE. DAMAGE EXTENT UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME. (HUN)
0120 UNK 1 SW EASTABOGA TALLADEGA AL 3360 8603 ROOF OFF BARN WITH TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. (BMX)
0121 UNK 2 SSE SELMA DALLAS AL 3239 8701 TREES DOWN ON OLD MONTGOMERY ROAD. (BMX)
0122 UNK TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY TALLADEGA AL 3357 8607 TREE DOWN BLOCKING AIRPORT ROAD. (BMX)
0122 UNK CLOUDLAND CHATTOOGA GA 3452 8549 THE PUBLIC REPORTED A TREE ON A CAR IN CLOUDLAND. (FFC)
0123 UNK EASTABOGA TALLADEGA AL 3361 8602 TREE DOWN BLOCKING CEDAR SPRINGS ROAD. (BMX)
0124 UNK BESSEMER JEFFERSON AL 3338 8696 COUPLE OF TREES DOWN ALONG AVENUE I … 1112 AND 1118. (BMX)
0126 UNK SUMMERVILLE CHATTOOGA GA 3448 8535 CHATTOOGA COUNTY 911 RELAYED A REPORT MANY TREES DOWN ACROSS THE ENTIRE COUNTY. (FFC)
0127 UNK BESSEMER JEFFERSON AL 3338 8696 TREES DOWN AND DAMAGED FENCE ON 1007 AVENUE J. (BMX)
0129 UNK LAFAYETTE WALKER GA 3471 8528 WALKER COUNTY 911 RELAYED A REPORT OF NUMEROUS TREES DOWN COUNTYWIDE. (FFC)
0130 UNK 6 SE EASTABOGA TALLADEGA AL 3354 8595 TREES DOWN ON GARRISON LANE AND OAK GROVE LANE SOUTH OF MUNFORD. (BMX)
0148 UNK ROCKY FACE WHITFIELD GA 3480 8503 WHITFIELD COUNTY 911 RELAYED A REPORT OF TWO TREES DOWN IN THE ROCKY FACE AREA. (FFC)
0150 UNK AUTAUGAVILLE AUTAUGA AL 3243 8666 TREES DOWN ON COUNTY ROAD 21 SOUTH NEAR SWIFT CREEK. (BMX)
0153 UNK MILLERVILLE CLAY AL 3319 8593 TREE DOWN BLOCKING HIGHWAY 9 (BMX)
0200 UNK 7 N PRATTVILLE AUTAUGA AL 3256 8645 TREE DOWNED POWER LINES. ANOTHER TREE FELL ON CAR. (BMX)
0202 UNK LINDALE FLOYD GA 3419 8517 FLOYD COUNTY EMA RELAYED A REPORT OF A TREE DOWN ON A HOUSE IN LINDALE. (FFC)
0205 UNK 3 NNW PRATTVILLE AUTAUGA AL 3250 8647 LARGE TREE DOWN ON UPPER KINGSTON ROAD. (BMX)
0207 UNK 2 ENE MILLBROOK ELMORE AL 3250 8633 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN IN THE COOSADA COMMUNITY. (BMX)
0211 UNK ADAIRSVILLE BARTOW GA 3437 8493 BARTOW COUNTY 911 RELAYED A REPORT OF THREE TREES DOWN IN THE ADAIRSVILLE AREA. (FFC)
0223 UNK TALLAPOOSA HARALSON GA 3374 8529 HARALSON COUNTY 911 RELAYED A REPORT OF NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN THE TALLAPOOSA AREA. (FFC)
0232 UNK BOWDON CARROLL GA 3354 8525 CARROLL COUNTY EMA RELAYED A REPORT OF A TREE AND A POWERLINE DOWN IN BOWDON. (FFC)
0233 UNK 2 NW DADEVILLE TALLAPOOSA AL 3285 8579 TREES DOWN IN AREA. (BMX)
0236 UNK ELLIJAY GILMER GA 3469 8448 GILMER COUNTY EMA RELAYED A REPORT OF FIVE TREES DOWN AND EXPECTS MORE TO BE REPORTED. (FFC)
0303 UNK 3 SE TALLAPOOSA RIVER A CHAMBERS AL 3308 8552 TREES DOWN IN AREA. (BMX)

Below is your forecast discussion.

WVUA Chief Meteorologist Richard Scott

rscott@wvuatv.com

Tuesday Afternoon Forecast Update – 3:40 PM

A good Tuesday to you! It’s nice to have a break in the severe weather today, as we’ve gone into a nice and quiet weather pattern, as skies have become sunny and temperatures have become a bit cooler. It’s still feeling great, with temperatures warming into the lower 70s this afternoon. The next couple of days will feature dry and nice weather, but changes are underway for the weekend. There are lots of outdoor activities happening this weekend, so the forecast may hamper some plans for Friday.

After today’s nice and warm temperatures, it’s going to get pretty chilly tonight, with a low in the middle 40s. Some places may dip down into the lower 40s, but we’re going to stay well above frost criteria. Temperatures will get even warmer on Wednesday afternoon, as we return into the lower 80s. Moisture will increase on Thursday, and so will the cloud cover. We’ll likely start off our Thursday with a sunny sky, but clouds will gradually increase through the afternoon.

Friday…. There are lots of big outdoor activities are happening in Tuscaloosa on Friday. Unfortunately, a storm system will arrive late in the day on Friday, with a good chance of showers and storms. While confidence is fairly high on big storms Friday afternoon and evening, models are still having a tough time with the arrival time of the storms. Keep checking back with us at WVUA for the latest on the weekend forecast. Data has been slowing this feature down a bit, so this activity could hold off until Friday night. Right now, our thinking is that storms could arrive as early as 1pm on Friday or as late as 8pm.  The best ingredients for severe weather looks to take place northwest of Alabama, but there is a small risk of severe storms around here. This could be a setup with damaging winds being the main concern.

Saturday and Sunday are looking great, with ample sunshine and cooler temperatures. Highs will top out in the lower 70s on Saturday and Sunday. It’s going to get pretty chilly at night, so you may need a light jacket for outdoor plans late Saturday or early Sunday. It’s going to feel a lot like football weather on Saturday, which will be perfect for A-day happening in town.

Skies will become partly cloudy on Monday and Tuesday, as a storm system draws in more gulf moisture and heat. A shower or storm looks to become possible on Monday and Tuesday.

Be sure to join me on WVUA-TV news at 4, 5, 6, and 10 for the very latest on your forecast. Have a great day!

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WVUA Chief Meteorologist Richard Scott

rscott@wvuatv.com