Alabama Skies: More severe storms possible Monday
Published 10:35 pm Sunday, June 11, 2023
If you’re in northern Alabama, get ready for a beautiful day Monday! Skies will be partly cloudy with northern breezes and cooler temperatures. Unfortunately, the rest of the state has another severe risk, especially the farther south one goes in the state.
The National Weather Service has placed a large majority of the state under a Level 1 risk. This zone stretches from Hamilton to Gadsden all the way to so nearly the Gulf Coast. Other cities include Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Alexander City, Anniston, Clanton, Demopolis, Selma, Montgomery, Auburn, Troy, Greenville, and Eufaula. Damaging winds up to 60 miles per hour and large hail are possible, especially between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
A Level 2 risk covers the rest of southern Alabama and the Gulf Coast. Cities in this zone include Butler, Camden, Grove Hill, Burnt Corn, Andalusia, Mobile, Foley, and Gulf Shores. The risks for this zone include frequent lightning, hail, damaging winds, and torrential rain. Timing for the strongest storms is from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Partly cloudy with a high near 81. Increasing clouds overnight with a slight chance of a shower. Low of 60.
Rain possible early, then becoming sunny. High near 84. A few showers or thunderstorms possible in the afternoon and evening. A storm or two could be severe. A storm or two possible Monday night with a low of 62.
Showers and thunderstorms. Some storms could be severe. Some sunshine possible in the afternoon. High near 89. A few isolated showers and thunderstorms overnight with a low of 65.
Mostly sunny in the morning with showers and storms likely in the afternoon and evening. A storm or two could be severe. High of 91. Partly cloudy Monday night with a low of 73.