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Probability For Sturdy Storms After Claudette Strikes Out


What’s left of Tropical Storm Claudette continues to be bringing rain to elements of North Alabama. Sustain with Claudette, and the place the rain is utilizing our interactive radar beneath

For a lot of, the rain Claudette produces gained’t be that heavy, however from Bridgeport to Huntsville to Moulton to Hamilton, and factors southeast, rainfall might be heavy at occasions. Northwest of that line, rain will likely be fairly mild by means of the remainder of the weekend.

We might even see the solar poke out Sunday throughout elements of North Alabama. Meaning it’s going to be scorching and humid. Highs high out within the higher 80s and 90s the place it stays principally dry, however the warmth index will likely be within the mid to higher 90s.

Stormy Begin To The Week

Whereas many miss out on the heavy rain with Claudette, there’s an enormous spherical of showers and storms to kick off the brand new week on Monday.

Storms start to bubble up round lunchtime, and a few storms might be heavy within the afternoon. A line of storms strikes in from the North Monday night time. These storms is also heavy at occasions too. Our foremost issues with the storms Monday afternoon and night are damaging winds and heavy rain. There ought to be loads of lightning too.

The Storm Prediction Heart has positioned most of North Alabama within the *Marginal Threat* class Monday. Meaning most storms aren’t extreme, however the components for a number of sturdy to extreme storms exist. We’ll hold you updated on air, on-line, and on Stay Alert 19 Monday as storms transfer in.

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– Alex Puckett
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