The radar will remain active with most of the storms remaining below strong or severe limits this morning.
Once the morning round fades away there may be a several hour lull this afternoon. Have a way to get weather alerts during the day, including precipitation detected near your location along with lightning which the WBRC First Alert Weather App can provide for you.
IF a stray storm were to form this afternoon, it could be strong or severe. Hail and winds are the primary threats. The coverage and better storm chance looks to rise this evening and tonight.
It's very difficult to get too specific on timing and location of storms the next few days. The future radar does poorly at times and has trouble handling small scale systems like the one we are tracking this morning. Based on radar trends I would plan on wet conditions at times this morning. I think we will see another flare of up scattered showers and storms on Memorial Day too.
Depending on how quickly the morning batch of rain and storms moves out and how much the atmosphere recovers this afternoon, then we might see a few severe storms. The chance exists again on Monday afternoon, especially south of I-20. Tornado threat looks the lowest and strong wind and hail threats look the highest.
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Thanks and stay safe and weather aware,
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist