Hurrican Idalia continues on its path toward Florida and Georgia.

Richard Scott of WVUA 23 reported Tuesday evening that landfall of the hurricane is likely Wednesday morning.

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James Spann reported via Facebook as Idalia moves inland, widespread rain can be expected tomorrow over Southeast Alabama.

However, the hurricane is not predicted to have any significant impact on the state.

The National Weather Service in Birmingham predicted the effects of Idalia to be "on the lower end," with "increased rain chances and breezy conditions by Wednesday across southeastern counties."

Spann said scattered showers and thunderstorms continue across Alabama Tuesday afternoon.

Courtesy of James Spann via Facebook
Courtesy of James Spann via Facebook

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(Source) Click here to follow the Facebook Page of the National Weather Service in Birmingham. Click here to get more info from The Weather Channel.

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