Published: Tue, May 02, 2017
Entertainment | By Johnnie Parsons

Storm storms leave damage, power outages in Alabama

Storm storms leave damage, power outages in Alabama

Slight risk in the yellow, enhanced risk in the tan for large hail, damaging winds and a low tornado threat. Winds aloft will also support supercells that could include isolated tornadoes. More likely, we'll stay mostly cloudy for the balance of the day with readings no higher than the upper 70s for most neighborhoods.

Monday will be the last day we'll see temperatures in the 80s for quite a while.

By around 1 p.m. most of those storms will have moved out of the metro with a clearing sky behind the front.

The first tornado watch is in effect for parts of west and central Alabama until 7 p.m.

A strong cold front is expected to bring 30-35 miles per hour wind gusts by around midday.

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Storms could continue through late tonight in the east.

There will also be a very low threat for a tornado and hail, which the WLOX First Alert Weather Team will be tracking closely.

We're now under a slight risk of severe weather, mainly for the threat of strong, damaging winds as the storms move through.

There could be periods of brief, heavy rain, and Anderson said some areas could see up to between 1 and 2 inches of rain. But for the rest of this Monday remain weather aware and be ready to take action if severe weather watches or warnings are issued this afternoon.

You should use multiple sources of weather information to alert you and your family when severe weather threatens.

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