Saturday, February 24, 2007

Tonight's Forecast

At 6:30 a line of severe storms is parallel to the Mississippi River, approximately 30 miles to the east. Some storms ahead of this line may reach Alabama by 9 or 10 pm, but the main line of storms will be near western Alabama between 9 and 10 and I-65 around midnight. There are tornado warnings at this time in Mississippi. There will probably be a few isolated tornadoes in Alabama tonight, more likely west of I-65. The main threat, however, will be from strong straight line winds that could exceed severe limits (58 mph and higher).

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