March 31, 2015 Leave a comment
Good Tuesday eve! After a wild weather day across parts of north and central Alabama, with storms producing large hail, conditions are a little more quiet this evening. That being said, there is a noisy batch of storms over northern Alabama, primarily near and north of HWY 278. The storms on the map above are moving south and southeast, so don’t be shocked if you get rain and thunder sometime tonight, especially north of I-20. Widespread severe weather is not expected tonight, but a strong or severe storm can’t be ruled out.
We’ll hang onto a rain chance for Wednesday, but I don’t expect an all day rain event for our area. Storms will be scattered, in-fact, most of your day will be dry, and some areas won’t get a drop of rain on Wednesday. That’s just the nature of scattered storms… Have the umbrella handy tomorrow, incase a storm moves over your area. Keep in mind, some storms may produce gusty winds and hail. The number of severe storms on Wednesday should be a bit lower than today…
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