1:25am Thursday Radar Update… Storms Moving East… #alwx @wvua23

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At 1:25am Thursday, we’ve got a line of strong storms from Haleyville to Tuscaloosa to Eutaw to Cuba and moving east. There is one severe storm over southern Sumter County that may be producing damaging wind and quarter size hail. I haven’t seen any major damage issues at this point, and hopefully, we’ll make it through this event without any big problems.

It sure looks like the risk of anything becoming severe over the next few hours will be to the south of I-20. The main risk through 6am will be from isolated wind damage, quarter size hail and a brief spin-up tornado. The best chance of a spin-up tornado will be along and south of HWY 80 from Demopolis to Selma and points south between now and 6am. After 6am, all severe weather issues should be over for central and west Alabama…

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Richard Scott
WVUA Chief Meteorologist
rscott@wvua23.com
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