Severe Weather Alerts

Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 10:45 AM -- updated graphics, updated text in RED. 

According to the latest data from the National Weather Service: Hurricane Sally made landfall near Gulf Shores early this morning. Rainfall estimates for Tuscaloosa County have been lowered to reflect the shift in the track - now looking at a possibility of up to half an inch through Friday morning. It will be breezy through the day today. There are no active watches or warnings for Tuscaloosa County at this time. A brief specific to Tuscaloosa County is below:
  • Hurricane Sally made landfall early Wednesday morning.
  • Tuscaloosa County could see up to half an inch of rainfall from this system.
  • Tuscaloosa County could see sustained winds of 15-23 MPH and occasional gusts of 30 MPH today.

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