Alabama Skies: Tornado confirmed in Alabama; temps begin to increase
Published 9:23 pm Sunday, July 23, 2023
The National Weather Service has confirmed damage from Friday’s storms in the Hampton Cove community was caused by a tornado.
According to the survey, an EF-1 twister with winds of 93 miles per hour started about 5:26 p.m. and lasted until 5:37 p.m. It was on the ground for 7.1 miles. There were no injuries reported.
After a nice Sunday, Monday brings increasing temps back to Alabama. Humidity levels will still be slightly lower than normal, and we’ll still have a breeze at points this afternoon, but temps in the 90s will have us feeling hot again.
We’ll be getting hotter with more humidity as the week goes along.
Hurricane Don is now Tropical Storm Don after the system weakened. The other system we’ve been watching is down to a 30 percent chance of developing over the next couple of days.
Sunny with a high near 89. Mostly clear overnight with a low of 68.
Sunny with a high of 93. Mostly clear Monday night with a low of 69.
Sunny with a high of 91. Mostly clear overnight with a low of 68.
Sunny with a high of 93. Mostly clear Monday night with a low of 71.