Currently, there is a tornado watch in effect for multiple counties in the WSFA 12 News viewing area until 2 a.M. On Monday, where those counties can be located.
On Monday, precipitation and thunderstorms will persist during the morning period, with the turbulent weather predicted to move into the northwestern region of the state.
The primary storm threats for tonight are anticipated to be damaging winds exceeding 70 mph, large hail, frequent lightning, and heavy rainfall which may lead to flash flooding. The best conditions for atmospheric rotation appear to be in west Alabama. While it is not certain, the possibility of a tornado or two cannot be completely dismissed due to the favorable atmospheric conditions present.
A warning is issued for your location in case you have no action plan. Also, it is a good idea to make sure your cell phones are charged before you go to bed. Before heading to bed, it is a good idea to download the weather app First Alert Weather from NOAA Radio Weather. And with another round of storms and rain expected overnight, it is important to be prepared for the event.
The start of Monday on Juneteenth is looking stormy, with storms and rain expected to begin in the mid-morning and continue into the evening. However, there is some indication that we will see a brief break in activity ahead of our next round of storms and rain.
On Monday afternoon, there is a chance of more intense storms, with the main risks being strong winds reaching speeds of over 60 mph, as well as substantial hail, sudden flooding, and frequent lightning.
From Tuesday until Friday, there is a possibility of showers and storms every day, with a few storms potentially being strong. This pattern of unsettled weather is expected to persist. Alongside the chances of showers and storms, there will also be periods of dry weather. However, it is important to note that not every day will be completely rainy.
The anticipated rainfall this week will cause temperatures to stay below normal for this time of year. Most of the time, highs will remain in the 70s and 60s during the night. Additionally, lows will also linger in the 70s and 60s. The predominant factor that will persist throughout the week is the high humidity, with highs remaining in the 80s next week.
Bret is the subsequent designation on the Tropical Cyclone roster in the event that it materializes. In the following 48 hours, NHC authorities assign it a 90 percent probability of evolving into a tropical entity. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring the progression of a developing framework in the Atlantic Ocean, tracing the Tropics.
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