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Weather alert: Severe weather is expected on Wednesday evening

Update (3:10am) – crystal clear. The serious threat to all News Zone 5 is over.

Update (2:10 a.m.) – Severe thunderstorm warnings continue in Santa Rosa and Ocaloosa County. Tornado Watch runs in Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties until 4 a.m.

Update (1:45 a.m.): Tornado’s warnings for Crestview have expired.

Update (1:35 a.m.): All power went out in Baker, Fla. and Holt, Fla.

Update (1:30 a.m.): A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Butler, Covington County and Crenshaw.

Update (1:24 am): Hurricane warning for Santa Rosa County has been lifted.

Update (1:18 a.m.): Northern Okaloosa County is under a cyclone warning until 1:45 a.m.

Update (1:16 a.m.): A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties.

Update (1:12 a.m.): Kellys Mill residents should take cover. A large and extremely dangerous hurricane on Earth moves over the Kellys Mill. Hurricane may move over Baker.

Update (1:08 a.m.): Residents of Baker must remain in their safe place. The storm is expected to travel to Crestview.

Update (1:06 a.m.): Another tornado warning has been issued for Okaloosa County. Warning will expire at 1:40 AM Ended in Baldwin County and Monroe. The threat of severe weather in these two areas of Alabama is over.

Update (12:54 p.m.): A potential tornado travels over Baghdad and moves into Allentown. Currently, a hurricane landing has not been confirmed.

Update (12:42 PM): Tornado warnings have been issued for Santa Rosa County and Ocaloosa County. The storm is approaching Harp, Baghdad and East Milton. Two hurricane warnings were issued for northern and southern Santa Rosa County. Northern influence will end at 1:15 a.m. and Southern influence will end at 1:30 a.m. in Santa Rosa County.

Update (12:34 a.m.): We encourage Wallace residents in Santa Rosa County to reach their safe place.

Update (12:27 a.m.): The tornado warning for Northern Escambia County, Florida, issued at approximately 11:54 p.m., has expired. A second hurricane warning issued at approximately 12:25 a.m. remains in effect.

Update (12:25 a.m.): A tornado warning has been issued for Escambia County, Florida and Santa Rosa County, Florida, and Pace residents urged to stay safe. Typhoon warning will last until 1:15 a.m.

Update (12:04 a.m.): The tornado threats to Foley and Summerdale have been cancelled. Severe weather threats are declining in areas near Daphne, Bay Minute and Silverhill. Hurricane warnings for Baldwin County are expected to expire around 12:30 p.m. and severe weather decreases in Loxley.

Update (11:54 PM): A tornado has been confirmed to land near Baldwin County North I-10. Hurricane warnings are being issued for Baldwin County, northern Escambia County, Florida and Santa Rosa County. Bay Springs residents are advised to take shelter.

Update (11:46pm): Severe thunderstorms warnings have been issued for Konnekoh, Escambia County, Ala. Including Atmore. Warnings were also issued in North Escambia County, Florida, and Santa Rosa County, Florida. Warnings of severe thunderstorms will continue until 12:30 a.m.

Update (11:38 p.m.): Tornado threats to Washington, Mobile, and Clark counties have been cancelled.

Update (11:30 PM): Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Pensacola. Severe weather threats to Clark County and Mississippi sighting counties are over.

Update (11:27 p.m.): A tornado is likely to head toward Silverhill and Robertsdale. Summerdale is also included.

Update (11:26 p.m.): The risk of severe weather is dropping in Mobile County and areas of Mississippi.

Update (11:25 p.m.): Minute Bay is under hurricane warning.

Update (11:24 p.m.): A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Baldwin County, Ala. and Escambia County, Florida.

Update (11:19 p.m.): A tornado warning has been issued for Monroe County. A potential tornado is moving to Point Clear. Residents are advised to move to their safe place.

Update (11:13 p.m.): A tornado warning has been issued for southern Baldwin County. The storm is transmitted through MobilePay. It’s heading towards Point Clear.

Update (11:06pm): Another storm is likely to produce a typhoon in Satsuma. Currently, the occurrence of a hurricane on Earth has not been confirmed. Satsuma residents are encouraged to reach their safe place.

Update (11:05 p.m.): A tornado warning for Northeastern Mobile County and Northwestern Baldwin County. The effect will last until 11:30 pm

Update (11pm): Hurricane confirmed On land crossing the Doggy River south of I-10 in Mobile County.

Update (10:57pm): Tudor residents are advised to move to a safe location.

Update (10:54pm): Kochla residents are advised to get a safe place.

Update (10:52pm): Irvington residents need to get somewhere safe. A thunderstorm passes over Irvington and will continue on Tudor Road.

Update (10:50pm): There are two confirmed tornadoes on the ground. One on the east side of Semmes and the west side near Crawford.

Update (10:47 PM): Another tornado warning has been issued for Mobile County and extending into Baldwin County. This includes Fairhope, Daphne, Spanish Fort and Malbis.

Update (10:45 PM): Typhoon confirmed Moves to SMS, Ala.

Update (10:44 PM): Semmes residents are advised to take cover. A potential hurricane may develop west of Simis.

Update (10:35 PM): A tornado warning has been issued for South Mobile County. This will be near Grand Bay and the communities near I-65. West Mobile was also included in the warning.

Update (10:32 p.m.): A tornado warning has been issued for George County. The tornado is located west of Tanner-Williams Road.

Update (10:27 p.m.): A tornado is on the ground at the Alabama, Mississippi state line.

Update (10:25 p.m.): A tornado warning has been issued for Mobile County. Warning will expire at 11:15 PM

Update (10:20pm): Hurricane The warning for Central Clark County has ended.

Update (10:13 PM): The hurricane threat to Jackson County, Miss. is over. But the warning will remain until 10:45 p.m. A severe thunderstorm is hitting Jackson County, Mississippi.

Update (10:11pm): Eastbound lanes along the moving road have been closed due to flooding.

Update (10:04pm): A hurricane warning has been issued to Jackson, which is in effect until 10:30pm and will cross the Tombigbee River.

Update (9:55 PM): A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Baldwin Central and Mobile County.

Update (9:51pm): Hurricane has landed About seven miles west of Vancleave and east of Latimer in Jackson County, Miss.

Update (9:48 p.m.): A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Monroe County.

Update (9:47 p.m.): A tornado warning has been issued for Jackson County, Ms. This warning will remain in effect until 10:45 PM

Update (9:38 p.m.): A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Clark and Monroe counties. Warning includes Thomasville, Ala and lasts until 10:15 p.m.

Update (9:32 p.m.): A tornado warning is in effect for Clarke County.

Update (9:30 p.m.): The tornado warning for Greene County has been lifted.

Update (9:26 p.m.): A severe thunderstorm warning has been extended for North Mobile County, northwest Baldwin County, Washington County, George County, Perry County, Green County, Stone County.

Update (9:12 p.m.): Coffeville, Ala. Clark County is under a tornado warning and a severe thunderstorm warning.

Update (9:09 PM): A tornado warning is in effect for Choctaw County including Silas, Ala.

Update (9pm): A tornado warning has been issued for Washington County. The warning will be in effect until 9:30 PM

Update (8:55 p.m.): The tornado warning from Clark County has been lifted.

Update (8:49 p.m.): Hurricanes land in McLean, Ms.

Update (8:36 p.m.): A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for northern George County, Green County, part of Mobile County including Citronelle and Washington County.

Update (8:35 p.m.): A Clark County tornado warning has been issued. This area includes Thomasville, Ala. The warning will be in effect until 9 pm

Update (8:34 p.m.): A tornado warning is in effect for southern Greene County and Perry County. The warning will be in effect until 9 pm

Update (8:04 p.m.): Hurricane watch will be in effect for the Gulf Coast until 4 a.m. Thursday, March 31. A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for George and Greene counties.

JAWAL, Ala. (WKRG) — The Gulf Coast will be on weather alert Wednesday as there will likely be a major outbreak of severe weather across much of the southeastern US During most hours of the day today, we remain cloudy, humid, rain-free and very windy. (Glass of 50-55 mph as the day goes on.)

Alerts:

  • wind alert (during midnight) – winds of 25-35 mph with gusts of 50-55 mph
  • High wind warning (until 9 p.m.) – for Jackson, Green, and George counties in MS and Mobile, Washington, Baldwin in AL and Escambia in FL counties with winds of 25-40 mph and gusts of up to 60 mph
  • high risk for rip currents
  • Storm warning (until 7 a.m. Thursday) – Wind 20-30 knots, up to 45 knots
  • High browsing warning (until Thursday 6pm) – 9-12 foot cutters
  • Coastal Flood Warning (although Thursday 6am) – 2-4 feet above normal
  • Coastal flood alert (until Thursday 6 a.m.) – 1-3 feet above normal

Wednesday evening through Wednesday night: A severe outbreak of severe weather is likely. A streak of storms before the approaching cold front will bring many climatic hazards to the Gulf Coast after 7 p.m. Isolated tornadoes will be possible, including one or two strong, fast-moving tornadoes. Destructive winds would be the colossal danger. Some storms will produce winds of up to 80 miles per hour. The threat of severe weather will be over by sunrise Thursday.

The weather pattern will remain calm at the end of the work week with highs in the mid-70s and morning lows in the 50s.

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