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James Spann

@spann

AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist. WeatherBrains host. Instagram: spannwx

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The threat of severe thunderstorms in Alabama overnight will be generally along and south of U.S. 80 (Demopolis to Selma to Montgomery to Opelika).

The main threats are strong (in some cases damaging) straight line winds, hail, heavy rain, and flooding.

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Storms continue to push through Southeast Alabama tonight with strong winds and heavy rain…

A new batch of storms will enter the western part of the state from Mississippi within the next hour or so. This cluster is also capable of producing strong winds, hail, and heavy rain.…

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James Spann traffic backed up on 20/59 NE about 1/2 mile before exit 112 due to a car running off into the ditch. Then, 20/59 NE is closed at exit 112. Expect long delays.

@spann traffic backed up on 20/59 NE about 1/2 mile before exit 112 due to a car running off into the ditch. Then, 20/59 NE is closed at exit 112. Expect long delays.
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Strong straight line winds are likely with the storms moving through Elmore, Tallapoosa, and Montgomery counties

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The risk of severe storms has ended from I-20 north… strong to severe storms will remain possible over the southern half of the state overnight. The main threats are large hail, strong, gusty winds, and flooding.

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