12:54PM November 12, 2018


HEAVY RAIN ALONG I-65 CORRIDOR… Very heavy rain continues from Bay Minette northeastward along the Interstate 65 corridor on this Monday afternoon. Raining very heavily as of 12:45PM in Atmore, Poarch, Huxford, Wallace, Evergreen, Castleberry, McKenzie, Georgiana, Chapman, Greenville, Repton, Lenox, Belleville, and Lyeffion.

Another complex of heavy rain (associated with the formerly tornado warned storm) is happening along I-10 near Crestview, Holt, and Baker.

MORE TORNADOES POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON… I’m watching the supercell thunderstorms in the Gulf of Mexico, currently situated 50-100 miles out of Gulf Shores. These storms are moving northeast. These storms are rotating and very well could be producing waterspouts in the Gulf. A Tornado Watch continues until 7PM for Escambia (AL), Covington, Escambia (FL), Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Baldwin, and Mobile counties locally. Much of southeast Alabama and the Florida Panhandle is also included in the tornado watch valid till 7PM. Have a way to receive warnings this afternoon! Heavy rain is likely at times over the next few hours.

STORMS IN MISSISSIPPI… QLCS/squall line is organizing along the I-59 corridor, extending from Meridian, Mississippi southward to Slidell, Louisiana. This line of storms will continue pushing eastward in the hours ahead. This means that there will be some risk of damaging straight line winds in west Alabama in 2-3 hours as this line of storms approaches.

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