Category: Met 101/Weather History

November 28, 2005: Negative-Tilted Trough Brings Twisters To The Area

November 28, 2005: Negative-Tilted Trough Brings Twisters To The Area

| November 28, 2017 @ 10:00 am

Monday, November 28th, 2005, turned out to be a relatively stormy day across Central Alabama, as a grand total of six tornadoes touched down, along with damaging winds, and large hail occurred.

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November 23-24, 2004: A Destructive Lead-Up To Thanksgiving

November 23-24, 2004: A Destructive Lead-Up To Thanksgiving

| November 23, 2017 @ 6:09 pm

An unusually moist and warm air mass combined with a strong storm system brought severe weather to Alabama during a two-day period starting on the afternoon hours of November 23rd, 2004, and lasting through the 24th, the day before Thanksgiving.

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On This Date in 1950:  A Quick Turn to Winter

On This Date in 1950: A Quick Turn to Winter

| November 23, 2017 @ 2:27 pm

Alabamians were enjoying a balmy Thanksgiving Day on this date in 1950 when the Great 1950 Cold Wave turned it to winter in just a few hours.

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