World News – US – Weather Xtreme Video: Wet, Breezy, & the potential of a tornado or two today


TODAY: The center of the tropical storm delta will pass through the Mississippi before making a right turn and through northwest Alabama this evening and tonight As Delta as that tropical system will continue to weaken throughout the day, a combination of increasing instability in central Alabama and high helicity moving with Delta will put us at risk for the potential of a few tornadoes today

Spc has all of Southeast and much of eastern central Alabama at low risk of severe storms throughout the day today, while the rest of the region is subject to marginal risk The main tornado threat window will be 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. tonight west to east All tornadoes that form will be rapid, spin-ups that can be difficult to detect, just as you would expect to have with tropical systems While most of these will be smaller EF-0 to EF-1, there is a non-zero threat of a stronger tornado

Other than that we can expect today to be cloudy at times with occasional rain and a few thunderstorms, continuing overnight and overnight Highs will be between mid-70s and lower 80s As we’ve been dry for a little while, flooding shouldn’t be a problem, but some places along and north of the I-59 corridor could see up to 200-300 inches of rain, while south of this will see 100-200 inches until Sunday evening Make sure you have a way to reliably get severe weather warnings if they need to be issued and review your weather safety plan

SUNDAY: Much of the rain is expected to end on Sunday late in the day, but a few persistent showers may be possible throughout the evening Skies will be cloudy otherwise and peaks will be between the mid-1970s and lower 80s both days

THE UPCOMING WORK WEEK: Once we remove the Delta remnants from the area, the weather will feature dry days with lots of sunshine with warm temperatures to begin with, but a cold front sweeps through the center of the sea. ‘Alabama late Monday, that the highs return to the soft category Monday’s highs will be in the mid to high 80s, falling back to the upper 70s to the mid 80s for Tuesday and then to the mid 70s. to the lower 80s for Wednesday High pressure will move into the western parts of the Carolinas on Thursday sending some cooler air in our direction, but it may take a full day for these highs to drop a bit Thursday will be in the mid-70s right around 80 degrees, then fall back into the upper 60s to the upper 70s on Friday

THE TROPICS: At 4:00 a.m., Delta was located about 45 miles southeast of Monroe, Louisiana, with maximum sustained winds at 45 mph The movement was still north-northeast at 16 mph with a northeast turn expected later in the day Central Delta is expected to traverse northeast Louisiana this morning, then northern Mississippi and the Tennessee Valley later today and sunday The delta will continue to weaken and transition to a tropical depression later in the day

We also have a westward moving tropical wave that produces disorganized showers and thunderstorms over the central tropical Atlantic Slow development of this system may be possible later this weekend or early in the week next as the wave continues to move westward at a speed of 15-20 mph Upper winds are expected to become unfavorable for further development by the middle of next week
* Chance of training for 48 hours… low… 10%
* Chance of training over 5 days… low… 20 percent

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