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Bill Race 36m
NWS Alert> Strong Thunderstorms From Stevenson to Ider Moving NE At 40 MPH. Winds Over 40 MPH Possible with These Storms. Locations Impacted Include Bridgeport, Stevenson, Fabius, Higdon, Long Island ...
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Daniel Steele 2h
this storm is pulling moisture from Weiss Lake!
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WBRC FOX6 Weather 9m
Current radar from the WBRC First Alert Weather team
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Richard Scott 4h
Double Rainbow over Northport! Pic from Laura Shirley Kelly
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WCBI WEATHER 57m
Tonight is the night of the Full Harvest Moon. It's officially 100% full at 9:52 p.m. cdt
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NWS Birmingham 3h
Line of strong storms continues to lift N of I-20. Expect gusty winds, heavy rain, and lightning as it passes. Also another strong storm in Cherokee County.
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NWS Birmingham 10h
We're just a over a week away from our first Online Storm Spotter class of the fall season. The class is FREE & there's no need to register! Full schedule ->
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Jason Simpson 4h
No rain yet today? If this holds together as the short-range modeling suggests, we've got some soakers coming into North Alabama over the next 3-5 hours
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Ryan Stinnett 5h
Still no signs of fall temperatures the next two weeks.
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Dylan Federico 5h
Sorry for the bad news, but Fall-like weather is being put on hold for a while. High pressure over the SE US is stubbornly going to stick around, and will not go quietly.
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Jerry Tracey 8m
Flood Advisory for Cherokee county until 11:30 pm. Also reports of trees down on county road 41 between county road 99 and the Georgia state line.
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NWS Birmingham 16h
Scattered to numerous showers and storms will develop across the area. Heavy rain will be the main threat today...though if you hear thunder, remember to go indoors! Highs may only reach the upper 80s due to extra cloud cover and rain.
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Wes Wyatt 6h
Check out the first big surge of cool-fall air that will impact the country this week. The core of coolest air will remain north of here, although data suggests dew points could take a big tumble early Thursday, making for a more pleasant-crisp start to the day
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Jacob Riley 6h
HEAVY rain falling in Starkville Mississippi right now! Are you seeing any where you’re at?
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Matt Daniel 5h
Safe to say.....I think it is going to rain. Going to be a messy evening commute for many across Central Alabama.
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Significant Weather Advisory For Northeastern Jackson County Until 8:45 PM CDT
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Josh Johnson Sep 22
Anyone else just see the large fireball in the sky? Very bright!
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Sheri Falk 3h
I feel bad for anyone driving home from work right now. Be careful out there!
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