Severe Alabama weather storms affect Birmingham Tuscaloosa

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Another round of severe weather is possible in central Alabama on Tuesday as showers and thunderstorms move through the state in the evening. The severe weather timeline is expected to begin at 5 p.m. and end at midnight. In the event of severe weather in central Alabama, live Doppler from WVTM 13 will be streamed here and will give you a three minute advantage over the storms. as a level two out of five for severe weather on Tuesday. This includes counties along the Alabama-Mississippi line, Lamar County, western Walker County, and northern Tuscaloosa County. counties to the south and east of these regions. Get the free WVTM 13 app here and enable alerts for the latest weather updates. WHAT TO EXPECT There is a slight risk of a few severe thunderstorms in northwest Alabama from 5 p.m. Tuesday until midnight. Damaging winds as well as a single tornado or two are all possible. Some rainfall can be locally heavy, especially for areas north of I-20. Rainfall totals through Wednesday will likely range from 1 to 3 inches, with higher amounts farther north.—WVTM 13 Chief Meteorologist Jerry Tracey talks Tuesday’s weather—WVTM 13 WEATHERFor the latest weather information from Birmingham and Central Alabama’s most accurate certified forecast, watch WVTM 13 News on TV or live online here. Current Weather Hourly Forecast | 10 Day Forecast Interactive Radar Birmingham Skycams Live Doppler Radar Sign up for weather email alerts Download the WVTM 13 app

Another round of severe weather is possible in central Alabama on Tuesday as showers and thunderstorms move through the state in the evening.

The severe weather timeline is expected to begin at 5 p.m. and end at midnight.

When there’s severe weather in central Alabama, Doppler Live WVTM 13 will stream here and give you a three-minute advantage during the storms.

We will also have the latest updates on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

IMPACTED AREAS

As of 10 p.m. Monday, west-central Alabama is ranked level two out of five for inclement weather on Tuesday. This includes counties along the Alabama-Mississippi line, Lamar County, western Walker County, and northern Tuscaloosa County.

According to the graph above, an isolated impact is expected for most of Tuscaloosa County, including the city of Tuscaloosa, Jefferson County and Birmingham Metro and counties south and east of these areas .

Get the free WVTM 13 app here and enable alerts for the latest weather updates.

WHAT TO EXPECT

There is a slight risk of a few severe thunderstorms in northwest Alabama from 5 p.m. Tuesday until midnight. Damaging winds as well as a single tornado or two are all possible. Some rainfall can be locally heavy, especially for areas north of I-20. Rainfall totals through Wednesday are likely to range from 1 to 3 inches with higher amounts further north.

WVTM 13 Chief Meteorologist Jerry Tracey Talks Tuesday’s Weather

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For the latest Birmingham weather information and the most accurate certified forecast from central Alabama, watch WVTM 13 News on TV or live online here.

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