Tuscaloosa Weather Risk Downgraded
Tuscaloosa has now been downgraded to a marginal risk for severe weather today/Tuesday. A line of storms is expected to impact Tuscaloosa as early as 3 PM through 6 PM. Main threat: winds of up to 60 MPH.
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March 7, 2017, 11:35 AM – updated graphics, updated text in RED.
According to the latest data from the National Weather Service: Tuscaloosa County has been downgraded to a marginal risk for severe weather this afternoon. A line of storms is expected to impact the county as early as 3 PM. Below, a brief specific to Tuscaloosa County:
- Tuscaloosa County is in a marginal risk for severe weather this afternoon, March 7, 2017.
- Storms could enter the county as early as 3 PM and last through 6 PM tonight.
- Main threats: isolated damaging winds of up to 60 MPH.