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Severe weather, tornadoes likely Tuesday

Update 12:10 am: Thunderstorm warning across most of southern Baldwin County. Heavy rain and strong winds.

Update 12:05 am: Destructive straight line winds are moving south into Baldwin County.

Update – 11:50 PM: Storm showing rotation near Atmore, Ala.

Update – 11:26 PM: The storm that produced the observed hurricane is moving north of I-10 in Baldwin County; A tornado warning for Baldwin County has been cancelled. A severe thunderstorm warning is now in effect in parts of Mobile and Baldwin counties.

Update – 11:19 p.m.: A tornado has been confirmed in Robertsdale heading toward I-10, near Buc-Ee’s. Find shelter if you are on his way.

Update – 11:09pm: A tornado confirmed in Somerdale heading toward Robertsdale. Find shelter if you are on his way.

Update – 10:59 PM: Storm is moving towards Summerdale. Find shelter if you are on his way.

Update – 10:43 PM: A storm is making landfall outside Bon Secours. Find shelter if you are between Foley and Bayside or near the community of Magnolia Springs. The tornado watch extended to Northwest Florida counties, and the remnants of Alabama counties.

Update – 10:37pm: Tornado in southern Baldwin County. Find a shelter.

Update: – 10:36: Hurricane warning for southern Baldwin County.

Update – 9:55 pm – A tornado warning for Baldwin County has been cancelled. The Tornado watch is still valid.

Update – 9:34pm: Hurricane warning in effect for Baldwin County’s East Coast as of 10:15 p.m.

Update – 8:05pm: Tornado watches are located in most of our viewing areas. Greene and George counties in Mississippi are under surveillance, as are Escambia County, Florida, and the following Alabama counties.

Alabama counties under tornado watch:

  • Moving
  • Baldwin
  • Clark
  • Monroe
  • Washington
  • Konkoh
  • Escambia

Update – 7:26 PM: Hurricane warning for Washington and Clark counties has ended. Mobile County Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect until 8 p.m.

Update – 7:13 PM: A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for the mobile district. Storm passes over Mobile Regional Airport. If conditions worsen, a hurricane warning may be issued.

Update – 6:35pm: A tornado warning is in effect for Washington and Clark counties, Alabama.

Update – 5:59 PM: A tornado warning is in effect for fragmentation from northwest Washington County.

Update – 5:22 PM: A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for George and Greene counties in Mississippi until 6 p.m. A hurricane is likely with winds of up to 60 miles per hour. Try to get away from the roads.

Update – 4:20 pm: Tornado hours now cover South Alabama counties, as well as Green and George counties in Mississippi and Escambia County, Florida.

Alabama counties under tornado watch:

  • Moving
  • Baldwin
  • Clark
  • Monroe
  • Washington
  • Konkoh
  • Escambia

Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) – Good morning, Gulf Coast! today is News 5 day warned of the weather Severe weather is possible this afternoon through tonight.

watch tornado – Valid in Green County, Massachusetts, as well as Washington and Clark counties in Alabama until 7 p.m. This means that the environment is conducive to severe storms capable of producing tornadoes.

timing – Most of it will still be dry this morning, but after lunch, scattered rain and storms may appear before the main line of storms. This can become strong or severe with damaging winds, hail and potential tornadoes. Then the main line for storms comes in this evening starting at 6 p.m. and moves slowly through our area and doesn’t come out until mid-Wednesday morning.

Dangers of the Sao Paulo Consensus – A 4 out of 5 Severe Climate Hazard has been issued in Greene County in MS and parts of Washington and Clark counties in AL which means widespread, severe storms are likely. The rest of the counties west of I-65 are under a 3 out of 5 hazard level, which means that many severe storms are possible. Those east of I-65 are below a hazard level 2 of 5, which means that scattered severe storms are possible.

Threats – All threats of severe weather including damaging winds, hail and hurricanes are all possible. Those west of I-65 have the ability to see one or two major hurricanes (EF-2 or larger). Outside of thunderstorms, it will also be windy with winds up to 15-25 mph with gusts of up to 40 mph. Flash floods are also a concern because storms will be slow-moving.

Maritime threats – A small boat warning is in effect until Wednesday afternoon with winds between 25 and 30 knots and seas 7-9 feet. There is also a high risk of rip currents going through Thursday and there is a high surf warning in place. Stay out of the water!

what should be done – Since a lot of these severe weather hazards will be overnight, it is very important to make sure you have multiple ways to get warnings that will wake you up, such as NOAA Weather Radio. Don’t just rely on your cell phone. Also, be sure to keep up with the weather forecast and prepare your safety plan to get started.

what is next? The threat of severe weather will end at mid-morning Wednesday and we will be gone on Thursdays straight through the weekend. The highs would remain in the 70s with lows in the 40s.

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