Severe weather, including a few tornadoes, is possible in Alabama tomorrow afternoon and evening. Despite some lingering cool air at the surface, models are showing a moist slot of surface dewpoints in the 60's in Alabama prior to frontal and/or dry line passage. Increasing dewpoints, combined with strong shear and a 70-90 knot jet stream may contribute to supercells and a few tornadoes. The SPC states that forecast soundings show "classic profiles for supercells capable of producing large hail and tornadoes."
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