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Showers/Storms Remain Daily Occurrence

Showers/Storms Remain Daily Occurrence

| May 20, 2018 @ 6:41 am

A humid air mass along with a weak disturbance aloft will keep the weather unsettled for the week ahead with showers likely every day and highs in the 80s.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Northwestern Tuscaloosa And Southwestern Fayette Counties Until 6:30 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Northwestern Tuscaloosa And Southwestern Fayette Counties Until 6:30 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 5:51 pm

At 5:50 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking A Strong Thunderstorm 8 Miles East Of Ashcraft Corner, Or 10 Miles Southeast Of Fayette, Moving Southeast At 20 Mph. Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With This Storm.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Fayette County Until 6:00 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Fayette County Until 6:00 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 5:26 pm

At 20 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With These Storms.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Northwestern Walker,  Southeastern Marion, Southwestern Winston And Northeastern Fayette Counties Until 5:45 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Northwestern Walker, Southeastern Marion, Southwestern Winston And Northeastern Fayette Counties Until 5:45 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 5:22 pm

At 5:22 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking A Strong Thunderstorm Over Brilliant, Or Near Winfield, Moving Southeast At 15 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With This Storm.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Western Fayette And Southeastern Lamar Counties Until 5:30 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Western Fayette And Southeastern Lamar Counties Until 5:30 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 4:57 pm

At 4:57 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking Strong Thunderstorms Along A Line Extending From Near Beaverton To 7 Miles Northwest Of Millport. Movement Was Southeast At 25 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Wind Gusts Up To 50 Mph Will Be Possible With These Storms.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Lamar County Until 5:15 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Lamar County Until 5:15 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 4:38 pm

At 4:38 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking Strong Thunderstorms Along A Line Extending From Near Crews To 6 Miles East Of Caledonia. Movement Was Southeast At 20 Mph. Half Inch Hail And Wind Gusts Up To 50 Mph Will Be Possible With These Storms.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Southeastern Russell County Until 5:00 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Southeastern Russell County Until 5:00 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 4:28 pm

At 4:28 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking A Strong Thunderstorm 8 Miles Southwest Of Fort Benning/lawson Army Air Fld, Or 15 Miles West Of Cusseta, Moving Southeast At 30 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With This Storm.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Southwestern Tuscaloosa And Northeastern Greene Counties Until 4:45 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Southwestern Tuscaloosa And Northeastern Greene Counties Until 4:45 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 4:15 pm

At 4:14 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking A Strong Thunderstorm Near Union, Or 14 Miles North Of Eutaw, Moving Southwest At 5 Mph. Half Inch Hail And Wind Gusts Up To 50 Mph Will Be Possible With This Storm.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Northwestern Marion And Central Lamar Counties Until 4:45 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Northwestern Marion And Central Lamar Counties Until 4:45 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 4:12 pm

At 4:11 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking Strong Thunderstorms Along A Line Extending From 6 Miles Northeast Of Tremont To Near Caledonia. Movement Was Southeast At 25 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With These Storms.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Southwestern Tuscaloosa And Northeastern Greene Counties Until 4:15 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Southwestern Tuscaloosa And Northeastern Greene Counties Until 4:15 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 3:42 pm

At 3:41 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking A Strong Thunderstorm Near Jena, Or 14 Miles Southwest Of Tuscaloosa. This Storm Was Nearly Stationary. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With This Storm.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Central Tuscaloosa County Until 3:30 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Central Tuscaloosa County Until 3:30 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 2:56 pm

At 2:55 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking A Strong Thunderstorm Over Deerlick Creek Campgrounds, Or Near Holt, Moving Northeast At 5 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With This Storm.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Southeastern Pike County Until 3:00 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Southeastern Pike County Until 3:00 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 2:35 pm

At 2:35 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking A Strong Thunderstorm Over Troy University, Or Near Troy, Moving Southeast At 15 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With This Storm.

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Significant Weather Advisory For Southwestern Tuscaloosa County Until 3:00 PM CDT

Significant Weather Advisory For Southwestern Tuscaloosa County Until 3:00 PM CDT

| May 19, 2018 @ 2:31 pm

At 2:30 PM CDT, Doppler Radar Was Tracking Strong Thunderstorms Along A Line Extending From Near Lake Lurleen State Park To Near Moundville. Movement Was East At 10 Mph. Pea Size Hail And Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Will Be Possible With These Storms.

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Mugginess Abounds

Mugginess Abounds

| May 19, 2018 @ 1:16 pm

Very warm and muggy weather is here to stay. We are seeing a mix of sun and clouds today, temperatures are in the mid and upper 80s, while humidity is just making it feel down right sticky.

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Summertime Weather Pattern to Hold

Summertime Weather Pattern to Hold

| May 19, 2018 @ 6:43 am

Moisture will remain in place across the Southeast US in the week ahead with scattered showers possible each day mainly during the afternoon and early evening hours. Highs will be in the 80s.

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