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Alabama Severe Weather Alerts

Flood Warning AlabamaState Weather Alerts

Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Huntsville Alabama Has Issued A * Flood Warning For... Southwestern Madison County In North Central Alabama... * Until 930 Am Cst. * At 524 Am Cst, Reporting Gauges Indicate Flooding Occurring In The Indian Creek Greenway In Madison County. Upwards Of Two To Three ...Read More.
Effective: December 1, 2019 at 5:28amExpires: December 1, 2019 at 9:30amTarget Area: Madison

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Alabama... Flint River At Brownsboro Affecting Madison County The Flood Warning Continues For The Flint River At Brownsboro * Until This Evening. * At 3 Am Sunday The Stage Was 17.5 Feet And Rising. ...Read More.
Effective: December 1, 2019 at 4:07amExpires: December 1, 2019 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Madison

 

Severe Weather Alerts in AlabamaCommon Alabama Weather Alerts: hurricane, hailstorm, tornado, severe heat, thunderstorm, destructive winds

Alabama Climate – What to expect year-round

As the 2nd hottest state in the country, many are not surprised by the summer highs in Alabama, where temperatures are steadily in the 90’s. Many people are, however, surprised to learn about the number of other severe weather events that occur in Alabama.

Heavy thunderstorms and rain are both common and can be severe during the spring and fall when strong, destructive winds and tornadoes occur. Located in Tornado Alley, Alabama is one of the few places on the planet with 2 tornado seasons.

The Coast / Southern Alabama

The Alabama Gulf coast receives a heavy amount of rainfall, boasting one of the wettest cities in the country, Mobile, AL. Flooding is something Alabama is generally prepared for. This region can be on alert for hurricanes and tropical storms that may dump massive amounts of water regionally.

Central & Northern Alabama

Inland areas are not immune to the effects of tropical storms. As the storms move inland, heavy rain is dropped. Thunderstorms can be severe and often are accompanied with lightning and hail. Known as Dixie Alley, a specific part of Tornado Alley, this area is also visited by tornadoes frequently and is one of the most vulnerable places to violent tornadoes.

 

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