7:44PM September 28, 2020

RISK OF STRONG STORMS DECREASING… Loud storms continue to move through parts of northern Covington, Butler, and Crenshaw counties this evening as of 7:45PM. The rest of our region, however, is becoming more quiet now that a cold front is pushing in. We can give an ALL CLEAR from the low-end severe weather risk to ALL parts of the following counties as of 7:45PM: Escambia (AL), Conecuh, Wilcox, and Baldwin. If you are in any part of those counties, your severe weather risk is now over. Those counties join Mobile, Clarke, Washington, Choctaw, and Marengo counties that previously got an all clear message a few hours ago.

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6:34PM September 28, 2020

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6:09PM September 28, 2020

ALL CLEAR FOR MUCH OF WEST ALABAMA… The low-end risk of severe storms has ended across much of west Alabama this evening as the cold front continues to advance to the east. ALL parts of Clarke, Washington, Marengo, Choctaw, and Mobile counties get a complete ALL CLEAR from the low-end risk of severe weather. The risk has ended in all parts of those counties. The risk has also ended at Hybart, Perdue Hill, Monroeville, Ollie, Frisco City, Uriah, Bay Minette, Stockton, Stapleton, Perdido, Atmore, Huxford, Daphne, Fairhope, Montrose, Spanish Fort, and Loxley.

We will continue to monitor the ongoing storms that are happening just east of the advancing front. We are not there yet, but we should be able to have an all clear message for the entire region by 10PM at the absolute latest.

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5:10PM September 28, 2020

STORMS MOVING EAST ACROSS REGION… Heavy rain is happening across parts of Monroe, Baldwin, and Mobile counties this evening. These thunderstorms are just ahead of an advancing cold front that has now crossed into southwest Alabama. The strongest storms, as of 5:10PM, are happening near Perdue Hill, Beatrice, Stockton, Bay Minette, Spanish Fort, Bromley, Stapleton, Daphne, and near the Causeway & Bayway.

ALL CLEAR FOR AREAS IN WEST ALABAMA… The low-end risk of a few strong to marginally severe thunderstorms will continue for areas along and east of the cold front, but this means that for areas WEST of the front, we can give a severe weather “all clear.” If you’re in Thomasville, Grove Hill, Jackson, Chatom, Citronelle, or any part of Choctaw County, AL, I can give you an ALL CLEAR. The low-end severe weather risk has ended in these areas.

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4:58PM September 28, 2020

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4:01PM September 28, 2020

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