Category: Alabama’s Weather

One More Wet One ! !

One More Wet One ! !

| June 24, 2017 @ 7:00 am

Another rather large area of rain moved through Central Alabama early this morning adding more rain to our already soggy conditions. I recorded 1.65″ between midnight and 5:30 am while the Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport saw only 41 hundredths of an inch and the Shelby County Airport reported 78 hundredths of an inch. This was […]

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What To Expect Through The Rest Of Friday Evening

What To Expect Through The Rest Of Friday Evening

| June 23, 2017 @ 5:48 pm

The good news is that the threat of severe weather from Post-Tropical Cyclone Cindy is tarting to come to an end across Central Alabama. There is still a Marginal Risk for severe storms across the southeastern parts of Central Alabama, especially for locations east of Selma to Sylacauga to Heflin. For everyone else to the west, the severe threat is over.

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Cindy Loses Tropical Characteristics, Now Post-Tropical

Cindy Loses Tropical Characteristics, Now Post-Tropical

| June 23, 2017 @ 4:18 pm

Cindy has completely lost her tropical characteristics and is now classified as Post-Tropical Cyclone Cindy. Even with that being said, the potential for torrential tropical downpours will be spreading east across the Ohio Valley and into Pennsylvania. Severe thunderstorms have produced tornado warnings in Pennsylvania earlier today.

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Strong Gradient Winds Could Bring Some Trees Down

Strong Gradient Winds Could Bring Some Trees Down

| June 23, 2017 @ 1:55 pm

We are experiencing some strong gradient winds out ahead of the main line of storms, These winds could gust as high as 40 MPH, and has the possibility of knocking some trees down, especially with out saturated soil.

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A Quick Update On Our Weather At 1:20PM

A Quick Update On Our Weather At 1:20PM

| June 23, 2017 @ 1:25 pm

The main line of storms that are involved with Tropical Depression Cindy has made its way into the northwestern parts of the state at this time, and we have a Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect for parts of Marion and Fayette counties for the threat of strong winds and for the possibility of a brief spin-up tornado. A Tornado Warning was just issued for parts of Franklin and Lawrence counties until 1:45PM for a cell near Phil Campbell.

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