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Severe weather threat begins late tonight

Into the overnight hours, moisture is going to keep the clouds in place and the warmth will make for an unstable atmosphere.

Posted: Dec 5, 2021 3:59 PM
Updated: Dec 5, 2021 10:27 PM

Sunday proved to be the calm before the storm as we had yet another cloudy but mild day. Despite the clouds, temperatures hit the upper 60's and lower 70's by the afternoon.

Into the overnight hours, combination of the moisture in place and the warmth will help make for an unstable atmosphere. This will give us the recipe for a few isolated storms heading into early Monday morning. Gusty winds up to 30 mph and lightning is going to be the primary threat for most of North Alabama. Areas of Colbert, Franklin and Lawrence County are in the marginal risk to see isolated strong storms overnight with a very low risk of a tornado as well overnight into tomorrow. 

Thunderstorm chances remain throughout the morning Monday before moving out by the afternoon. Once this system moves out, much cooler and drier air moves in. Overnight lows will be back in the 30's with highs for Tuesday struggling to hit 50.

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