Severe weather threat has ended in North Alabama and Tennessee

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Some strong storms could still develop south of the Tennessee Valley through Friday evening


While the Storm Prediction Center maintains a risk of severe storms, the atmosphere is now generally stable over Southern Tennessee and North Alabama. There’s still room for a few isolated storms, but there’s very little risk of anything severe north of Gadsden.

Once the storms pass, the temperature drops into the 60s and the air gets a lot more stable.  The timeline for the rest of the afternoon and evening looks like this:

We are just getting started with our severe weather season and it’s important to have more than one way to get warnings. Live Alert 19 is a great way to track storms, get lightning alerts, and stay up to date on the forecast. Stay tuned for further updates!

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