Archive for May 21st, 2012
Potential for damaging winds approaching Windham Springs, Whitson and surrounding areas in northern Tuscaloosa County. Be in substantial structure.
Storms will also affect Central Tuscaloosa and northern Pickens Counties.
High wind indicated just south of Berry moving into northern Tuscaloosa County.
Will impact folks from New Lexington to Samantha to Whitson and Windham Springs.
Here is the warning polygon.
Please be in safe shelter as these storms approach.
Strong potential for damaging winds in southern Fayette County southwest of Berrry.
Will move into northern Tuscaloosa County near Samantha and Windham Springs.
Severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect.
Be in a substantial structure as this storm approaches.
NOTE FOR PICKENS
Large hail potential increasing in northern Pickens just north of Gordo and Reform. This storm will also affect northwestern Tuscaloosa County near Moores Bridge.
Storm between Jasper and Carbon Hill is intensifying. Likely producing hail. There is a chance it coudl become severe.
Nothing severe right now. Just some beneficial rain, small hail, gusty winds and dangerous lightning.
This is the text of a severe weather warning from the National Weather Service for part of the AlabamaWX.com coverage area. Stand by for more details to be added to this post by our meteorologists.
Strong storms moving out of Fayette toward Tuscaloosa County have prompted a severe thunderstorm warning.
Strong indications of severe hail southeast of Fayette. Will pass between Berry and Newtonville as it moves into northwestern Tuscaloosa County.
Damaging winds are possible as well.
Storms continue to intensify over West Alabama tonight and they have prompted a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of Fayette and Lamar Counties.
The most intense storm right now is south of Guin and Beaverton. It will pass south of Winfield as well as it pushes toward northern Fayette County.
There is a better than even chance of severe hail (1″ or larger) now southeast of Beaverton. It could also produce damaging winds.