Severe threat goes down, but winds and rain pick up


The nature of the storm system that we are watching move closer to Central Alabama has produced a few brief spin-up tornadoes that caused some damage near Reform in Pickens County, also near Hackleburg in Marion County. After the storms move out, we’re not done with the rain. Colder air, a strong breeze and continued rain carries right through the day on Wednesday. Many of us will see temps falling throughout the late morning and into the afternoon.

Colder air will settle in with some sunshine on Thursday and on Friday. Temps will be warming into the 50s for Thursday and Friday while overnights will be a bit cooler. There is not going to be any rain over the state for several days and that dry weather will continue into the weekend. There will be some moisture starting to move in later into the weekend and a few clouds will build in as well. Hi temps area going to be into the 60s for Sunday and the next chance of rain will be into the first of next week.

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