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MORE “ALL CLEAR” COUNTIES… The severe weather risk is rapidly coming to a close across south Alabama and northwest Florida. The main line of showers and thunderstorms is pushing into southeast Alabama and the Florida Panhandle region. We will be able to give a complete all clear to our entire primary coverage area within the next hour, but at this time we are adding a few counties to our ALL CLEAR list: All of Butler, Conecuh, Crenshaw, Escambia (AL), Santa Rosa, and Escambia (FL) counties are now behind the main line of storms, thus the severe weather risk has ended in all parts of those counties. We will be able to give our final two counties (Okaloosa and Covington) an “all clear” shortly.

FULL LIST OF ALL CLEAR ZONES… ALL CLEAR for all parts of Butler, Conecuh, Crenshaw, Escambia (AL), Santa Rosa, Escambia (FL), Baldwin, Monroe, Wilcox, Clarke, Choctaw, Marengo, and Mobile counties.

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3:55PM January 19, 2019

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STRONG STORMS ENTERING COVINGTON COUNTY… The main line of thunderstorms we’ve been tracking all day is about to move into communities in northwest Covington County like Loango, Brooks, Red Level, and River Falls. So far, these storms remain under severe limits. This line of storms will move across Covington County over the next hour or so.

CLARIFICATION ABOUT TORNADO WATCH… If it seems strange to you that Covington and Okaloosa counties are currently NOT included in a tornado watch despite being surrounded by counties that ARE included, you’re not alone. The reason why: The earlier tornado watch that was issued late this morning for counties to the east did not include Covington and Okaloosa counties. The NEW tornado watch that has been issued for southeast Alabama and northwest Florida (that is valid until 9PM CST) was issued by the local weather service office responsible for those counties (NWS Tallahassee). NWS Mobile is the office responsible for issuing watches and warnings for Covington and Okaloosa counties. NWS Mobile has decided, in their assessment, that the severe weather probability isn’t high enough to extend the tornado watch into Covington and Okaloosa counties at this time. I tend to agree with that assessment.

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3:41PM January 19, 2019

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MORE “ALL CLEAR” COMMUNITIES… We can now give an official “all clear” to the following communities as the severe weather risk has ended: Brewton, Atmore, Flomaton, Poarch, Evergreen, Castleberry, Belleville, Lyeffion, Repton, Lenox, Wallace, Walnut Hill, Bratt, Jay, Berrydale, Chumuckla, Ensley, Pensacola, Warrington, and Perdido Key.

FULL LIST OF ALL CLEAR ZONES… We can add the above communities to our growing list of counties where the severe weather risk has ended. ALL CLEAR for all parts of Baldwin, Monroe, Wilcox, Clarke, Choctaw, Marengo, and Mobile counties in addition to the communities listed above.

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3:15PM January 19, 2019

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ALL CLEAR FOR BALDWIN COUNTY… NWS Mobile has just cancelled the tornado watch that was in effect for Baldwin County, AL. We can give an ALL CLEAR to all parts of Baldwin County as of 3:15PM. The severe weather risk has ended across the county.

LIST OF ALL CLEAR ZONES… We can add all parts of Baldwin County into the growing list of counties where the severe weather risk has ended. ALL CLEAR for all parts of Baldwin, Monroe, Wilcox, Clarke, Choctaw, Marengo, and Mobile counties.

The very low-end risk of severe weather continues for Escambia (AL), Conecuh, Butler, Crenshaw, Covington, Escambia (FL), Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, and Walton counties.

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2:57PM January 19, 2019

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LINE OF STORMS REMAINS WEAK… Central Alabama continues to have the tornado warning problems today with the trailing line of thunderstorms in our area remaining much weaker. NWS Mobile has just cancelled the tornado watch for Monroe and Wilcox counties in south Alabama.

GROWING LIST OF ALL CLEAR ZONES… We can add all parts of Monroe and Wilcox counties into the growing list of counties where the severe weather risk has ended. ALL CLEAR for all parts of Monroe, Wilcox, Clarke, Choctaw, Marengo, and Mobile counties. Looks like Baldwin County will be the next to get an “all clear” as showers and storms there continue to be weak.

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