HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — A marginal risk (level 1/5) for severe weather has been issued for the Tennessee Valley tomorrow.
The timeline for storms will start around 9 AM with a first round that will move through ahead of a weak cold front.
As we advance into the afternoon and the cold front approaches the Tennessee Valley, redevelopment of storms is expected as the second round of storms we'll see roll through tomorrow. Storms will begin to dissipate once we approach sundown tomorrow.
The main threats tomorrow look to be frequent cloud-to-ground lightning, heavy rainfall which will aid in localized flooding, gusty winds up to 50 mph, and some small hail is possible.
Tomorrow looks to be a more scattered event rather than a prominent line that moves through and tornadoes are not expected for tomorrow either.
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