Alabama Skies: Rain likely Monday, severe storms possible across the state

Published 9:45 pm Sunday, June 18, 2023

It’s looking like most of us will have plenty more rain and a few strong storms Monday. We’re not expecting anything as organized as we’ve seen the past few days, but there is still a chance for some severe weather, including tornadoes for at least one region of Alabama.

A Level 2 risk includes Troy, Eufaula, Burnt Corn, Greenville, Andalusia, Brewton, Tensaw, Mobile, and the Gulf Coast communities. Potential threats are severe thunderstorms, large hail, damaging winds, and a tornado or two.

A Level 1 includes most of the rest of the state except for the northern counties. In this area, severe storms with damaging winds and hail are possible.

The severe threat could begin as early as 10 a.m. and goes through the evening.

North Alabama

Partly sunny with a few showers or storms in the morning. Showers and storms becoming likely in the afternoon and evening. High of 84. Mostly cloudy Monday night with a low of 68.

Central Alabama

Cloudy, then becoming mostly sunny. Showers and storms likely later in the morning and afternoon. High of 84. A storm or two could be strong to severe. A shower or storm is possible overnight with a low of 68.

South Alabama

Partly sunny with showers and thunderstorms likely later in the morning and afternoon. A couple severe storms are possible. High of 86. A few showers or storms tonight, then partly cloudy. Low of 68.

Gulf Coast

Showers and storms are likely in the afternoon and evening. A severe storm is possible. High of 88. Becoming partly cloudy overnight with a low of 72.