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Windy and rainy Monday night also brings a risk of severe storms.

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SHOES. CLOUDS INCREASING TODAY AHEAD OF A STORM SYSTEM. IT’S AN IMPACT DAY, BUT. WET WEATHER WILL NOT REALLY ARRIVE UNTIL LATER TONIGHT. BUT A BIG TOPIC TODAY IS THE AMOUNT OF WIND POWER IN THE ATMOSPHERE. WE MAY SEE SOME STRONG WIND GUSTS UP TO 40 MPH, A LITTLE HIGHER HERE AHEAD OF THE FRONT. AND EVEN AS THE STORMS PASS. THERE WILL THERE BE A WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 7PM TONIGHT UNTIL 7AM TOMORROW MORNING. WE HAVE A RISK FOR SOME STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS, ESPECIALLY FOR THE SOUTHWEST PART OF ALABAMA. THE GOOD THING ABOUT THIS EVENT IS WE GET SOME HEALTHY RAIN. 1 TO 2IN, WHICH IS EXCITING. THIS WILL HELP ALLEVIATE THE DROUGHT AND THAT’S WHAT WE HOPE. IT’S QUIET ACROSS ALABAMA NOW. JUST A LOT OF INCREASING CLOUD COVER. THE STORMS HAVE DEVELOPED TOWARDS THE WEST. YOU CAN SEE LIGHTNING, SOME STRONG STORMS OVER ARKANSAS MOVING EAST TO MEMPHIS THROUGH TENNESSEE. AND EVEN ENTER MISSISSIPPI IN THE NEXT MINUTES. THESE WILL CONTINUE TO SLIDE TO THE EAST THROUGHOUT TODAY AND WILL HAVE AN IMPACT ON OUR WEATHER LATER THIS EVENING. AND DURING THE NIGHT. THE MAIN CONCERN OF THIS EVENT IS THE WIND. WE HAVE A LOT OF WIND POWER AT THE SURFACE AND EVEN HIGHER, As you go up in the atmosphere there is a lot of wind aloft. SOME DESTRUCTIVE WIND GUSTS ARE THEREFORE POSSIBLE. STILL IN FRONT OF THE FRONT. AND EVEN IF STORMS PASS, AN ISOLATED TORNADO CANNOT BE EXCLUDED. BUT IT’S MOST LIKELY SOUTHWEST ALABAMA WHERE THE BEST ENERGY IS. AND EVEN SOME FLASH FLOODS CAN DEPEND ON THE AMOUNT OF RAIN WE RECEIVE AND HOW HEAVY THESE STORMS WHEN THEY OCCUR. THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER So highlighted a slight risk of severe weather for places like Tuscaloosa County. PICKENS TO GREENE, SUMTER, MARENGO, HALE. AND THAT’S BECAUSE THAT’S WHERE THESE SEVERE PARAMETERS ALIGN, WHERE IT’S THE BEST PLACE FOR STORMS TO DEVELOP. AND IT’S EVEN WORSE. FURTHER WEST IN MISSISSIPPI DOES NOT MEAN THERE COULD NOT BE SEVERE STORMS IN CENTRAL ALABAMA. IT’S JUST MORE LIKELY FOR THESE AREAS. BUT WE WILL STAY ALERT AND EVEN THROUGHOUT TONIGHT. I think your drive home this afternoon is going very well. EVEN TONIGHT, A FEW SHOWERS COULD DEVELOP, BUT REALLY INTENSE WEATHER WILL NOT ARRIVE UNTIL AFTER NIGHT. SO 10:00 PM ENTERING ALABAMA, CONTINUING TO PUSH EASTWARDS UNTIL MIDNIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING. And then even after sunrise, I think as far south as Montgomery and Alexander City, we’ll have to watch for strong storms tomorrow morning, at least until 10 a.m. to noon, that looks a little calmer. THERE’S A LOT OF WIND POWER. I’VE SAID THIS A LOT, BUT WE HAVE A LOT OF STRONG WIND GUSTS THAT WE EXPECT THROUGHOUT THIS AFTERNOON. AND TONIGHT, 2:00 P.M. THIS AFTERNOON, BUT IT MAY NOT BE WET, THE WIND WILL RISE. AND THEN TONIGHT, LOOK AT SOME OF THOSE WIND GUSTS, 40 MPH OR MORE. AND THE STRONGEST WIND IS REALLY GOING TO BE IN NORTHERN ALABAMA. BUT CONTINUE THROUGH TONIGHT AND EVEN THROUGH TOMORROW MORNING WHILE THESE STORMS PROCEED. So if you have items outside your porch, I would bring them in because it’s just not good for that sort of thing. AFTER TONIGHT, AFTER TOMORROW, THE CHANCE OF RAIN ARE MINIMAL. So, in anticipation of Thanksgiving, it’s looking a lot drier. AND A LITTLE COOLER. TEMPERATURES WILL DROP. YOU ARE IN THE 50S

Impact day: heavy rain, strong storms and strong wind gusts from Monday evening to Tuesday

Rain and storms move in Monday evening, causing widespread flooding in central Alabama. Some storms could be slightly severe. Check the video forecasts for the latest news. WEATHER IMPACT: RAIN, WIND, STORMSCentral Alabama will finally see some beneficial rain late Monday into early Tuesday. Widespread soaking of the soil will help alleviate extreme drought levels. A few strong storms are even possible, mainly in southwest Alabama. Here’s what we know right now: Timing: The best rain chances for north and central Alabama are Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Several waves of rain and thunderstorms develop and move across the state during this period. Serious threat: it’s possible. We will have plenty of wind shear (muscle) and fuel (unstable atmosphere) to watch out for storms capable of wind gusts greater than 60 mph. A tornado is possible, but the chances are not high in Alabama. A much greater tornado threat exists in southern Mississippi and Louisiana Monday evening. Strong Winds: Winds will become very strong ahead of and along the line of storms across central Alabama. In fact, non-thunderstorm wind gusts in excess of 40 mph will be possible between 3 p.m. Monday and noon Tuesday. Relief from drought? Alabama State Climatologist Dr. John Christy says we need about 2.5 to 3.5 inches of rain to officially end the drought. We expect an average of 1 to 2 inches of rain between Monday and Tuesday (some localized areas could exceed three inches). This is enough to see significant improvement and potentially end the drought in some communities. With lots of leaves on the ground potentially blocking drainage areas, flooding will be possible in areas of the heaviest rainfall. This stormy weather disappeared Tuesday evening and some cooler, drier air from the Pacific arrives midweek in Alabama. Another cold front arriving Wednesday evening brings colder air south, which should keep us cooler than normal for Thanksgiving, Black Friday and most of the weekend. Thursday will have a cold morning in the 30s and 40s, then mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon. Early Morning: Mid-Afternoon: A weak disturbance moving northeast from the Gulf of Mexico could spread light rain to Alabama later on Thanksgiving. PEEKA WEEKEND, low risk of showers Friday ends quite early in the day and the rest of the weekend promises to be dry and seasonably cool for the end of November. Look for cool mornings in the 40s and cool, dry afternoons in the 50s to 60s. the Iron Bowl Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium looks good: highs in the 60s with partly to mostly cloudy skies and a light northwest wind. And stay informed with alerts in the WVTM 13 app. You can download it here. For the latest Birmingham weather information and the most accurate certified forecasts in central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 News. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Rain and storms move in Monday evening, causing widespread flooding in central Alabama. Some storms could be slightly severe. Check the video forecasts for the latest news.

WEATHER IMPACT: RAIN, WIND, STORMS

Central Alabama will finally see some beneficial rain late Monday into early Tuesday. Widespread soaking of the soil will help alleviate extreme drought levels. A few strong storms are even possible, mainly in southwest Alabama.

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Here’s what we currently know:

  • Hourly: The best rain chances for north and central Alabama are Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Several waves of rain and thunderstorms develop and move across the state during this period.
    Alabama Severe Weather Outlook Forecast

  • Serious threat: It’s possible. We will have plenty of wind shear (muscle) and fuel (unstable atmosphere) to watch out for storms capable of wind gusts greater than 60 mph. A tornado is possible, but the chances are not high in Alabama. A much greater tornado threat exists in southern Mississippi and Louisiana Monday evening.
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  • Strong winds: Winds will become very strong ahead of and along the line of storms across central Alabama. In fact, non-thunderstorm wind gusts in excess of 40 mph will be possible between 3 p.m. Monday and noon Tuesday.
  • Relief from drought? Alabama State Climatologist Dr. John Christy says we need about 2.5 to 3.5 inches of rain to officially end the drought. We expect an average of 1 to 2 inches of rain between Monday and Tuesday (some localized areas could exceed three inches). This is enough to see significant improvement and potentially end the drought in some communities. With many leaves on the ground potentially blocking drainage areas, some flooding will be possible in areas of the heaviest rainfall.
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This stormy weather disappeared Tuesday evening and some cooler, drier air from the Pacific arrives midweek in Alabama.

Another cold front arriving Wednesday evening brings colder air south, which should keep us cooler than normal for Thanksgiving, Black Friday and most of the weekend.

Thursday will have a cold morning in the 30s and 40s, then mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon.

Early in the morning:

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Mid-afternoon:

Alabama weather forecast thanksgiving

A weak disturbance moving northeast from the Gulf of Mexico could spread light rain to Alabama later on Thanksgiving.

WEEKEND GLANCE

A slight chance of showers on Friday ends fairly early in the day, and the rest of the weekend looks dry and cool for late November.

Look for cool mornings in the 40s and cool, dry afternoons in the 50s and lower 60s.

The weather for the Iron Bowl on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium is looking good: a high in the 60s with partly to partly cloudy skies and a light northwest wind.

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STAY AWARE OF THE WEATHER

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For the latest Birmingham weather information and the most accurate certified forecasts in central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 News.

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