It has been a very active Spring Severe Weather Season for the Yellowhammer State. The National Weather Service in Birmingham has our coverage areas under a Hazardous Weather Outlook for two various rounds of potential severe weather on Saturday, April 24, 2021.

Here is what you need to know

Round One

Where: Southern areas of Central Alabama; generally south of I-20

When:  3 AM thru 9 AM

Threats: Damaging winds up to 60 mph, a brief tornado

Round Two

Where: All of Central Alabama; thunderstorms could be more scattered in nature

When:  NOON thru 9 PM

Threats: Tornadoes possible, damaging winds up to 70 mph, large hail

 

Here are more details from James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist about the two different rounds of severe weather that could happen on Saturday, April 24, 2021.

TOMORROW'S SEVERE WEATHER THREAT: Two rounds of rain and storms will impact Alabama tomorrow. The first one comes from about midnight tonight through 9:00 a.m. This will involve widespread heavy rain, and embedded storms with strong, gusty winds and small hail. A tornado or two is possible over the southern half of the state with "round one".

After a late morning lull, the second round of storms will come from about 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. for the northern half of the state... South Alabama could see storms through midnight. The biggest concern with the afternoon round of storms will come from large hail. A few isolated tornadoes are possible mainly south of I-85 and east of I-65 tomorrow afternoon/evening.

SPC now has defined an "enhanced risk" (level 3/5) for much of Central and South Alabama for "round two" tomorrow afternoon/evening.”

Tips for Saturday’s potential severe weather event:

Since some of the possible severe weather occurs when most of us will be sleeping, be sure to take your phones off silence when you go to bed.

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