Alabama Skies: Watching today’s severe threat
Published 1:30 am Thursday, April 27, 2023
Most of the state remains under a severe weather risk today.
The Storm Prediction Center has a Level 1 risk covering the state from northern Alabama down to a line approximately from Eufaula to Troy. South of that line, the state is under a Level 2 risk.
Most of the area has the potential to see severe thunderstorms, hail, and damaging winds. A tornado can’t be ruled out, especially along the I-10 corridor.
The risks begin about 10 a.m. for western parts of Alabama and end about 7 p.m. in eastern regions.
Showers and storms with a high of 68. Storms continue this evening with a low of 59.
Showers and thunderstorms with a high of 73. Showers and a couple thunderstorms continue tonight with a low of 59.
Showers and thunderstorms with a high of 77. A few more showers and storms tonight with a low of 63.
Showers and storms with a high near 75. A few more showers this evening, then mostly cloudy with a low of 66.