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JohnTalbot 1m
So many have no idea or clue as to the life saving information & work our local & do just right here in ! They are who issues ALL advisories, watches & warnings.
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Brandon Spinner WAFF 1h
Showers and storms will move into the Tennessee Valley overnight tonight and will be with us for much of Saturday morning. Storms will bring some gusty winds of 50-55 mph as well. Rain expected to taper off a bit by the PM hours & could mix with snow flurries overnight!
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Brandon Spinner WAFF 56m
We have some chilly weather on the way this weekend, but it looks like we could be even colder for the final week of the year. Temperatures Jan 25 through 31st look to be well below average.
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Storm WARN USA 1h
Flood Warning for Greene, Hale, Marengo, Pickens and Sumter County in AL.
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Eric Harrison 42m
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Tyler Burton 1m
I may go chasing tomorrow, currently trying to figure that out. I’m waiting on the 00z NAM, and HRRR.
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Lauren Linahan Jan 17
A picturesque yet cold winter morning across the Valley today, but don't get too comfortable with the breaks of sunshine-- clouds and showers return to the forecast by the afternoon. 😐
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Miller Robson WLTZ 6m
Cloudy and milder than normal today and tonight. Isolated showers through the overnight. Rain chances increase as we wake up in the morning. -Miller miller@wltz.com
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Chelsea Brown 3h
FOGGY FRIDAY: We have made it through the week only to run into the fog! Be careful on the roads this morning. If anyone sees the sun send it my way!
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Deidre S 12h
What does this icon mean?? The sky is falling?
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Dax Clark 9h
1:20 AM: The SPC has increased the severe weather risk across Dixie Alley for Saturday, including all of the Golden Triangle. Damaging winds will be the main concern, but isolated tornadoes and hail are also possible. Stay tuned for updates!
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AlabamaWx Weather Blog 1h
Potential For Strong To Severe Storms On Saturday
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Alan Matthew 24m
VISIBILITY: is very gradually improving. We still have some patches of lower visibility being detected thanks to fog & mist.
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MikeDubberlyGDA 5h
How fog has aged Birmingham this morning. 😳 Y’all be careful out there! Dense fog advisory in most parts of the viewing area.
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Richard Scott 16h
Total lunar eclipse Sunday night. Peak is at 11:12pm with a total eclipse, but it begins around 9:30pm and ends just before 1am Monday morning. With a clear sky, we'll have great visibility, but it will be cold!
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NWS Birmingham 2h
The Dense Fog Advisory has been EXTENDED until 10 AM. Visibilities remain at or below 1/4 mile in many locations. Please use extreme caution while travelling this morning!
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Emily Owen 2h
Strong to Severe Storms Possible Saturday… Friday AM Update  
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WallysWeather.com 1h
Flood Warning for Choctaw, Clarke, and Washington County in AL.
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Jordan Dressman 2h
With low visibility persisting across the Tennessee Valley the DENSE FOG ADVISORY has been extended until 10:00 AM.
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City of Orange Beach 3h
We are flying yellow flags in Orange Beach today - Friday, January 18th. Here is the morning view from Romar Beach.
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