Tornado Warning Update

| January 10, 2009 @ 5:50 pm | 8 Replies

This update is at 5:45 p.m. The Tornado Warning was in effect for part of Tuscaloosa County until 5:45 and also Eastern Pickens County. The NWS cancelled the warning for Pickens County because the storms had migrated eastward. NWS also says that rotation in the storm is very weak and rapidly diminishing, but they cannot rule out an additional possible spin up in some of the heavier storms along the line.

The Tornado Warning also expired for Tuscaloosa County at 5:45. The stronger storms are now passing through West and NW Tuscaloosa County but some of the heavier ones were over East and SE Walker County approaching West Jefferson County.

We have no confirmed reports of damage .


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  1. kait says:

    is there a threat of more tornadoes in tuscaloosa city tonight?

  2. John Talbot says:

    No. Once this line passes, thats it. Main threat for svr is really gonna be from I would say Montgomery south.

  3. thall says:

    We’ve lost satellite in NorthWest Jefferson County / Walker County line and raining really hard with a lot of thunder.

  4. kait, i am not speaking for abc33/40 or the national weather service, but i do not think that there was a tornado threat to start with. the national weather service was being very cautious on what they were seeing on radar. i think everyone is going to be ok. like i said a while ago, i have heard of no damage reports.

  5. Andra says:

    January 10, 1975, a tornado hit Pell City Alabama at 4:10pm destroying most of downtown Pell City and then headed to Ragland leaving destruction everywhere.

    Temperature that afternoon was 72 degrees around 2:00pm. That tornado is what prompted me to become aware of weather situations.

  6. Roger says:

    Small tornado touched down in washington county ,confirmed homes were damaged,trees uprooted from wsfatv in montgomery.

  7. J.B. Elliott says:

    There should be no more danger in the Tuscaloosa-Northport area. Main action is now over in NE Tuscaloosa County into West Jefferson. The threat was rather minimal to start with. Hope this helps

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