WEATHER AWARE UNTIL FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Storms continue into Friday morning and early afternoon. Multiple waves of heavy rain are likely in parts of North and East Alabama that could produce rainfall totals that exceed 5″ in some communities. This could lead to some flash flooding issues.
A Flood Watch is in place for the following counties into Friday afternoon:
- St. Clair
These are the areas at highest risk for rapid onset flooding from multiple rounds of heavy thunderstorms late Thursday night into Friday.
DAMAGING WIND THREAT:
Some of these storms could produce wind gusts of 45-60 mph, particularly Friday morning and afternoon.
Rest Of The Forecast
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Hot and humid with a heat index as high as 107°. Highs in the low 90s. Scattered storms possible in the afternoon and evening.
NEXT WEEK: Standard early August weather on tap. Highs in the 80s and 90s with sticky air and scattered storms possible.