No Warnings

| February 18, 2013 @ 9:57 pm


The good news tonight is that there are no watches or warnings any longer to our west.

The line of storms has outrun the slight risk outlook area as well, and has weakened as it progresses into more stable air.

Showers and some thunder now cover much of the northern half of Mississippi. Lightning is being observed still near Vicksburg in the strongest line segment and west of Starkville. The rain extends into Northwest Alabama.

Dewpoints are in the 40s over eastern Mississippi, and 30s over Alabama. It’s hard to have any severe weather with those conditions.

All this is good news for us in Central Alabama. At worst, we will have rain and some embedded thunder overnight. There will be strong winds area wide, with some gusts to 45 mph. So winds will be roaring overnight, but at least we won’t see severe weather.

Category: Alabama's Weather, Severe Weather

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