james spann

Tuscaloosa Downgraded Risk on Wednesday
The EMA says Tuscaloosa County has been downgraded to a limited risk for severe weather tomorrow, Wednesday, March 1, 2017. If storms become severe, we are looking at threats of damaging winds up to 60 MPH and small hail.  Below, a brief specific to Tuscaloosa County:

Heads up Tuscaloosa, Severe Weather Threat 6p-10p Tonight!
Tuscaloosa braces for the 2nd storm in as many days and the Wild Bill Show with James Spann says heads up tonight 6pm-10pm in West Alabama.
According to the NWS, we are in a limited risk area and a brief tornado is possible with damaging winds up to 60mph and quarter sized hail is possible...
A Crimson Sky in Tuscaloosa, Storms Thursday
I told this photo Sunday night in Tuscaloosa and nights like this sure do make me think God is a Bama fan.  Heads up, look like severe weather threats coming on Thursday later this week. Here's the latest from NWS & James Spann.
Is Snow Really Coming to Tuscaloosa Friday?
The threat of snow has everyone talking about Friday night it seems and here is the latest from both James Spann and Bobby Best.
ARCTIC AIR ARRIVES FRIDAY: The next phase of the big chill arrives at the end of the week; most North/Central Alabama communities will hold in the 30s all day with a cloudy…
Sixteen Years Ago, The December 2000 Tuscaloosa Tornado
16 Years ago, on this date in 2000 an EF4 tornado tore through southern Tuscaloosa, killing 11 and injuring more than 100 people.  Nine of the fatalities occurred in mobile homes, and James Spann tells reminds us today the tornado was on the ground for a total of 18 miles in Tuscaloosa Cou…
Storms Possible Tonight, ARTIC BLAST Thursday/Friday
Rain amounts amounts in Tuscaloosa of at least one inch are likely tonight and an ARTIC BLAST THURSDAY/FRIDAY will bring FREEZING 20 degree temps.  Listen to 95.3 The Bear for more today with Wild Bill & Bobby Best at 4:30pm - 5:30pm - 6:30pm
James Spann's complete detailed outlook …

Load More Articles