12:10PM February 6, 2020

ALL CLEAR FOR LOCAL AREA; SEVERE WEATHER RISK ENDS… Good news to report during this Noon hour. We can give all parts of southwest Alabama and northwest Florida an ALL CLEAR! The severe weather risk has come to an end for today. Much colder, stable air is moving in behind the advancing cold front. Rain will continue over the next few hours across our region.
SEVERE WEATHER RISK CONTINUES TO OUR EAST… The severe weather risk and Tornado Watch will continue for southeast Alabama near Dothan, Enterprise, Geneva, and Abbeville over the next 1-2 hours. The severe weather risk also is not completely over for the Florida Panhandle region near Panama City, Marianna, Blountstown, Port St. Joe, and Apalachicola. We note a Level 3 (out of 5) enhanced severe weather risk continues for much of Georgia and the Carolinas this afternoon and this evening as well. Several tornado warnings have already happened in those states over the last few hours.
MOSTLY SUNNY TOMORROW… Clouds will linger into this evening. Most of the cloud cover will clear out tonight, giving way to a nice, cool, sunny Friday. High temperatures will be in the low-60s.
It has been a long few days leading up to the active weather we had today. Time to get back to normal for a bit! Have a great evening!
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