Here’s a detailed look at the evolution and intensity of today’s severe weather system as of noon.
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The good news is that showers are dissipating across North Alabama making for dry conditions for today’s big events.
An update on recent radar and model trends for a busy Saturday across Central Alabama.
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Storms to our west are weakening late tonight but a line of strong storms will affect the northern half of the state Saturday afternoon and evening wind the potential for damaging winds and hail.
The storm entering Colbert and Franklin Counties in Northwest Alabama is no longer severe, but will have lots of lightning, gusty winds and small hail.
We are monitoring potentially tornadic storms in Northeast Mississippi that could affect Franklin or Colbert Counties just after 9 p.m.
There may be isolated severe storms over the Tennessee Valley of North Alabama, with main threats being hail and damaging winds.
Tropical Storm Arlene will dissipate later today, affecting no land areas.
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