Tag: rain

Severe Storms Possible Tomorrow Over South Alabama

Severe Storms Possible Tomorrow Over South Alabama

| March 30, 2020 @ 2:58 pm

RADAR CHECK: Light rain is falling over the Tennessee Valley region of far North Alabama, otherwise the weather is mostly dry across the state this afternoon. Temperatures are in the 60s where rain is falling; 70s elsewhere. Clouds will increase statewide tonight, with rain increasing after midnight.

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Rain/Storms Arrive Later Today; Cooler Tomorrow

Rain/Storms Arrive Later Today; Cooler Tomorrow

| March 20, 2020 @ 5:42 am

RAIN ON THE WAY: A weakening band of showers is over the northwest corner of Alabama early this morning, but most of the state is dry with temperatures in the 60s at daybreak. The sky will be cloudy day with a high in the 70s.

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Rain/Storms This Evening; Only Isolated Showers Tomorrow

Rain/Storms This Evening; Only Isolated Showers Tomorrow

| March 11, 2020 @ 2:37 pm

RADAR CHECK: A large mass of rain, with embedded thunderstorms, continues to advance into West and North Alabama this afternoon. So far we have seen no severe storms associated with this, but a severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect for parts of West Alabama until 7p CT. A few of the heavier storms could produce hail and gusty winds, but the overall severe weather threat is fading.

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Cloudy, Cooler, Some Light Rain

Cloudy, Cooler, Some Light Rain

| February 19, 2020 @ 5:50 am

ON THE MAPS: A cold front has drifted into far South Alabama this morning, but clouds persist statewide, and light rain is falling in the cool air north of the front. Clouds will hang tough through the day, and we will mention the chance of scattered light rain through the afternoon, but the rain won’t be as heavy or as widespread as yesterday. Temperatures won’t get past the 50s over the northern half of the state.

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Severe Storms Possible Tomorrow Night

Severe Storms Possible Tomorrow Night

| February 11, 2020 @ 3:28 pm

RADAR CHECK: Rain has been increasing across Alabama again over past few hours as a nearly stalled stationary front continues to be draped across the central part of the state. Back in the colder air north of the front, temperatures are only in the upper 40s in places like Cullman and Haleyville, but to the south low 80s are reported at Montgomery. We will forecast periods of rain tonight; amounts should be generally under 1/2 inch over the next 12 hours.

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Significant Risk Of Flooding Over North Alabama

Significant Risk Of Flooding Over North Alabama

| February 10, 2020 @ 5:58 am

TOO MUCH RAIN: Rain is increasing across Alabama early this morning; we note a few thunderstorms embedded in the large area mass over the western counties of the state. Soaking rains are likely through tonight, and a flash flood watch is in effect for about the northern half of the state, where 24 hour rain totals could exceed 3 inches.

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Soaking Rains Continue; Falling Temperatures Today

Soaking Rains Continue; Falling Temperatures Today

| February 6, 2020 @ 5:43 am

**No Weather Xtreme video this morning** RADAR CHECK: Rain and thunderstorms cover most of Alabama this morning as a long wave upper trough and cold front move in from the west. Here are the current watches and warnings as of daybreak… *Flash flood watch remains in effect for most of the state through this evening. […]

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Periods Of Rain Today; Drier Air Returns Tomorrow Afternoon

Periods Of Rain Today; Drier Air Returns Tomorrow Afternoon

| January 3, 2020 @ 5:47 am

STILL WET: While rain intensity won’t be as high as yesterday, we are still expecting periods of rain across Alabama today and tonight with an upper trough approaching from the west. Additional rain amounts of 1/2 inch are expected for North Alabama today, with around one inch for some southeast counties. A few stronger storms are possible across Southeast Alabama, where SPC maintains a “marginal risk” (level 1/5) of severe thunderstorms.

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Flood Threat Continues; Strong Storms Possible Over West Alabama

Flood Threat Continues; Strong Storms Possible Over West Alabama

| January 2, 2020 @ 3:09 pm

A flood watch remains in effect for that part of Alabama along and north of I-59, but no doubt we could see some flooding issues a little to the south of that zone as well, across the central part of the state. Additional rain amounts of 1-3 inches are likely over the next 24 hours. The ground is saturated, and it won’t take much more rain for flooding to begin.

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Mostly Dry Weekend; Strong To Severe Storms Late Monday

Mostly Dry Weekend; Strong To Severe Storms Late Monday

| December 13, 2019 @ 3:21 pm

OVERCAST, COLD DAY: It has been a day of low clouds, fog, light rain, and drizzle for Alabama with temperatures in the 40s over the northern half of the state. Rain will end tonight across the state as the surface low moves to the east, but the sky will remain cloudy. Temperatures drop into the upper 30s by daybreak tomorrow.

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Some Rain At Times Today; Strong/Severe Storms Monday

Some Rain At Times Today; Strong/Severe Storms Monday

| December 13, 2019 @ 5:45 am

CLOUDY, DAMP WEATHER: Today will be a cloudy, cool day across Alabama with periods of mostly light rain as a wave of low pressure passes through. The most widespread rain will come over the eastern and southern counties of the state, and even there amounts should be around 1/2 inch or less for most places. Temperatures will hold in the 40s over North Alabama today, with 50s and low 60s for South Alabama. No risk of severe storms, and probably very little thunder. Rain will taper off tonight.

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Periods Of Rain Through Tomorrow

Periods Of Rain Through Tomorrow

| December 12, 2019 @ 2:37 pm

**No afternoon Weather Xtreme video today** WET AT TIMES THROUGH TOMORROW: Clouds have been steadily increasing across Alabama today ahead of a wave of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico. And, patches of light rain are on radar over roughly the eastern half of the state at mid-afternoon. Look for cloudy and cool weather […]

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