Parts of West and Southwest Alabama have been upgraded to a moderate risk level for severe thunderstorms this Sunday. Storms will be capable of producing large sized hail, and damaging winds.


A morning round of storms is expected between 4am-11am. According to ABC 33/40's Chief Meteorologist James Spann's weather blog:

More thunderstorms are likely during the afternoon and evening hours, between 1pm and midnight. The pattern will be somewhat chaotic, and we can’t give specific arrival times for any one community. Just be aware that a storm is possible anytime during this 11 hour window. Highest tornado potential will be in the “moderate” and “enhanced” risk areas.


Let's do our best to prepare ourselves and our families for this potential severe weather. If you need shelter during this time, be sure to check out the joint statement from the 4 NWS offices that serve Alabama & the Alabama Department of Public Health regarding COVID-19 & storm shelters.

(Source) to read more from James Spann, click here.

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