Parts Of West Alabama Still Inside Marginal Risk Area 

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The National Weather Service in Birmingham has removed their southwest counties from the marginal risk category as of 4 am Thursday. Although some counties are in the clear, there are still counties in our listening area that have a lingering low-end threat.


The counties in our listening area that are affected include parts of Walker, Fayette, Tuscaloosa, Lamar, and Pickens counties.

(Source)  For more information from the National Weather Service, click here.


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