The Alabama Senate and House are taking steps to alert you to Severe Weather; SB140 is the Statewide Notification System bill. Please thank your elected officials for supporting your safety. #AAEM #alpolitics @AlabamaCounties
— Alabama Association of Emergency Managers (@ALEmergencyMgrs) February 23, 2020
Showers continue to progressively increase in coverage across the region as we go into the lunch hour. The heaviest rain as of 11:33AM is happening near Prichard, Saraland, and Creola near the I-165 corridor in the Mobile area.
Be ready for scattered downpours this afternoon! pic.twitter.com/1lp9XWQkuK
— Spinks Megginson (@rzweather) February 24, 2020
🌥Clouds will be on the increase today ahead of more rain slated to happen on Monday. High temperatures this afternoon will be in the mid-60s. Enjoy your Sunday!
— Spinks Megginson (@rzweather) February 23, 2020
🌛☁️Tonight will be another chilly night, with no rain in sight! Although, some high clouds will filter in from the northwest through the night. Lows are expected to dip into the lower to mid 30s inland and in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees near the coast.🥶🧥 #mobwx pic.twitter.com/Cww60iBMM7
— NWS Mobile (@NWSMobile) February 23, 2020