Good morning, Here’s the weather outlook for Alabama and Georgia today.
Rain will be moving in today with Thunderstorms in the afternoon through the evening. There is still the possibility some of the storms could be severe. Not everyone will see severe weather. There is also a slim chance one of these strong storms could spin up a brief tornado, but the chances of that are very LOW. This is due to adequate wind shear in the upper levels. Outside of a possible tornado, the biggest threat at this time will be damaging winds with stronger thunderstorms. Again, Not everyone will see this.
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Rain could also be heavy at times, but I’m not anticipating a drought buster by any means. Rainfall amounts should be under a half inch. Cooler air moves in during and behind the rain with highs in the 50’s to about Thursday, then a slight warm up before the next system arrives this coming weekend.
The next outlook from the Storm Prediction Center will be released this morning at 8 AM EST. I’ll try and update you sometime this afternoon. ~ Ed Quinn