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Severe Weather Information

Saturday, November 22 @ 12:15pm

According to the NWS Office in Birmingham, a warm front will lift northward into Central Alabama early Sunday, putting portions of Central Alabama in a warm sector ahead of the next storm system. At this time, the best chance of severe storms, including damaging winds and isolated tornadoes, will be across the southern half of Central Alabama, highlighted here in red. This area could expand northward depending on how the storm system evolves. The best timeframe for severe storms will be from 7am in the west to 4pm in the east. Heavy rainfall is also possible area wide, so localized flooding is possible as well. Stay tuned for the latest refinements as we get closer to the event.



As always, we will be monitoring this system closely and will keep you updated.

You may always watch the National Weather Service's Daily Multimedia Briefing on their website.

Character Trait for December

IACC Eagle LogoSensitivity
Using my senses to perceive the true attitudes and emotions of others.

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