The Townsquare Media Weather Center is monitoring a system of complex showers and storms. This will move into our area early tomorrow morning and pose a risk of severe weather.

However, the National Weather Service in Birmingham said that “some weakening is expected to occur as it moves in” and “how quickly it progresses southward will determine whether any increase in strength or redevelopment can occur with the heating of the day.”

Friday Risk Areas

The Storm Prediction Center has almost the entire state under a "marginal risk" for severe thunderstorms.

Friday Timing

The National Weather Service in Birmingham has the threat timeline between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Friday.  We are continuing to monitor the outlook on timing because as weather conditions change, this could impact our timeframe.

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Friday Threats

James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said, "The storms will be capable of producing strong winds and some hail; there is basically no tornado threat based on the forecast wind profiles.”

Also, “By mid-afternoon, most of the rain will be over the southern half of the state. So, it won't rain all day, and the high will be in the 70s.”

As excessive rainfall is expected, this could pose some “minor flooding of low-lying and flood-prone areas,” said the National Weather Service in Birmingham.

Weekend Outlook

“Most of the state will be dry Saturday, but showers are possible over the far southern counties. The sun could peek out at times, and the high will be in the low 70s,” said Spann.

“Sunday will be a cloudy day with a chance of showers, but nothing too heavy or widespread. The high Sunday afternoon will be between 66 and 73 degrees,” said Spann.

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