1pm Update: Isolated Afternoon Severe Storms… Line of Severe Storms Tonight… #alwx

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At 1pm, we’re watching radar trends over Alabama and Mississippi. So far, so good in terms of severe weather issues. Later this afternoon, as the airmass continues to warm a bit, we can expect a few storms to grow strong to severe between 3pm and 9pm tonight. This is our first risk out of today’s event. Between 3pm and 9pm over west Alabama, an isolated tornado or damaging wind gust is possible, but not everyone will have severe weather issues, as storms will be isolated. There are several showers and storms currently on radar, but these are just your general thunderstorms.

Tonight, after 9pm, a line of severe storms will move into far west Alabama, then slowly track east through the night. Damaging winds and an isolated tornado or two are possible in west Alabama with the overnight squall line between 9pm and 3am, then the line will move into east Alabama around or just after midnight. The line will be weakening as it tracks east across the state late tonight, and the severe weather risk will slowly diminish late.

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Richard Scott
WVUA Chief Meteorologist
Twitter: RichardWVUA23
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