Hardwick FlooringThe PlantDothan PCKrispy KremeArthur MedleyBill RobisonKennedy Land & TimberDustin FowlerMPIDMGLloyds WreckerTri-State ParkingFun ZoneSolomonRich RetailsDothan LivestockFlowers HospitalMedia MechanicGreg FaulkDothan PeriodonicsHouse of FlowersCherry & Irwin Personal Injury AttorneysChris Maddox
MPI



National Weather Service Potential for Strong Storms Thursday

Matt Boster

Viewed: 5319

Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Apr 25 2018 2:33 PM

Another system will move through the region tomorrow, bringing a chance for an isolated strong to severe storm across Southeast Alabama and portions of southern Georgia tomorrow afternoon. While the Storm Prediction Center does not have an outlook for these areas, we feel that it is certainly possible that the marginal risk currently in place to the north could be extended south and west in future updates. Here are the highlights of what to expect below:


-Where: Southeast Alabama, portions of southwest and south-central Georgia

-Timing: Thursday afternoon, threat diminishing by Thursday evening

-Threat: The strongest storms will be capable of producing damaging wind. Tornadoes are not expected with this system.

First Funeral

<- back



BuddyChris MaddoxDMGDothan Pest ControlFerhguson WreckerKrispy KremeBill RobisonMazdaTeds TempsHarley DavidsonFun ZoneJohnny Small EngineWiregrass ElectricAuto SmartGreg FaulkNantze SideKnights WreckerBuddysCherry & Irwin Personal Injury AttorneysFun ZoneRich Retails