Looking at this forecast model for in the morning. Showers and thunderstorms are likely to be happening from Central Tennessee south and west into East Texas. Some of these storms could be strong, however additional storms are expected to develop later in day. Those are the storms we will really have to watch out for as the Storm Prediction Center will have much of the Deep South under a severe weather risk to start the day tomorrow. The dynamics will be coming together tomorrow for the threat of severe weather, specifically damaging winds and the threat for some isolated tornadoes. Most of the severe weather threat for Alabama looks as though it will be later in the day tomorrow and overnight into Monday.
Many areas could see over an inch of rain from this storm system as the atmosphere has moistened up today and will continue to overnight. Warm air advection is occurring across the Southeast and this will provide the instability for any showers, thunderstorms and any severe weather that may develop. Make sure to have that rain gear handy if you are heading anywhere tomorrow as rain chances will be high all day. We will keep you updated on the threats of severe weather if it develops.
Category: Alabama's Weather