Alabama Skies: Another two days of severe weather possible
Published 9:01 pm Monday, June 12, 2023
Folks across Alabama can expect a few more rounds of storms over the next 48 hours that could pack quite a punch.
National Weather Service offices across the state have northern Alabama under a Level 1 risk Tuesday through Wednesday. The Level 1 risk stretches from the Tennessee line to the I-22 and I-20 corridors Tuesday while a Level 2 risk stretches south towards the Gulf Coast counties.
Risks for Level 2 include damaging winds up to 60 miles per hour, torrential rainfall, and large hail. The Level 1 risk area has the same threats but not as widespread. Risks for Tuesday night and Wednesday are similar in coverage.
Showers and storms early, then partly sunny for several hours. High of 77. More storms move into the area in the evening and overnight. A few storms could be severe. Low of 64.
Showers and storms possible throughout the morning, then mostly cloudy with isolated showers and storms. Some could be severe. High of 79. Showers and thunderstorms move into the area again Tuesday night. Low of 65.
Mostly cloudy with isolated showers in the morning, then showers and thunderstorms likely. Some storms could be severe. High of 87. Showers and storms like overnight. Low of 66.
Partly sunny with a few showers and thunderstorms. High of 89. A few more showers overnight. Low of 75.