The risk of severe storms has ended in North Alabama, but a few locally-heavy downpours are still possible through Thursday evening.
Summer storms blow up quickly, don’t move much, then dissipate often within the space of an hour. Thursday afternoon’s storms did that: producing 40-50 mph wind gusts, hail, and up to two inches of rain in spots.
The storms are over now, but some showers will linger through the evening. We’ll clear it out overnight and start over again with another hot, humid day Friday; that heat and humidity brings another chance of scattered showers and storms.