5:12AM March 29, 2022

OUTLOOK UPGRADE FOR ENTIRE REGION; STRONG TORNADOES POSSIBLE WED. INTO THU… West Alabama is now involved in the substantial Level 4 (out of 5) severe weather risk zone while ALL other communities in our local area are now involved in the Level 3 (out of 5) enhanced severe weather risk zone ahead of a major severe weather risk setting up for tomorrow into tomorrow night. This is the updated convective outlook, valid as of 5AM on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. Regardless of which specific risk zone or color your location is involved in, it should be emphasized we ALL have a potentially significant severe weather risk setting up for Wednesday P.M. into Thursday A.M. Tornadoes, including a few strong and/or long-tracked tornadoes, damaging wind gusts, large hail, and flash flooding are the main concerns.

Unfortunately, it appears this will be another overnight severe weather risk for many locales across the region. 6PM Wednesday to 6AM Thursday is the 12 hour risk timeframe with 9PM to 3AM being the 6 hour “core window” for severe storms. Please have a way to get urgent weather warnings tomorrow into tomorrow night.

I am in the process of working up the latest forecast details early on this Tuesday morning. I will have your next full forecast video posted by 7AM. Be sure to join me then for the very latest information. Have a nice Tuesday!

Testing 123

Leave a Reply