- The risk for severe storms is greatest along and west of I-65 this afternoon.
- Storms still could be strong to the east of I-65 but will tend to weaken some this evening as they arrive.
- Primary threat is wind gusts over 50 mph
- Large hail possible
- Brief tornado can't be ruled out
- Heavy rainfall that could cause flooding
- Dangerous cloud to ground lightning
- Sporadic power outages
- Downed tree limbs
- Damaged lawn or patio furniture
- Slow travel/slick roadways
- West Alabama after 3PM
- I-65 by 5pm
- Pop ups possible before then
- After 5pm to the east of I-65
- Folks in Talladega need to be ready for stormy weather around that time and through the evening hours
MORE STORMS ON SUNDAY:
There's a good chance that rain and storms will impact the race. Future radar shows that too.
- Saturday: 3pm-10pm
- Sunday: 7am-7pm
- Monday: 12pm-10pm
Greatest chance for severe storms is today otherwise the activity will be more disruptive than severe on Sunday and Monday.
Keep up with radar trends today via the WBRC First Alert Weather App! Have a way to get weather warnings too!
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist