There is a chance for severe weather – starting next Monday for parts of Alabama. Damaging winds, hail and isolated tornadoes could all be possible.
It’s the first time that Alabama has had the possibility of severe weather in the forecast for some time – and Alabama has now entered what is known as a “secondary” severe weather season. According to the data pulled from the National Weather Service, November is the third most active month for tornadoes across a statewide area – No. 1 on the list is the month of April, and No. 2 is March.
The National Weather Service stated that a strong storm system is expected to move from southwest to northeast all across the state of Alabama from Monday night into Tuesday morning. Some of those storms it brings along with it could be – Strong to Severe. The weather service said damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph will be possible, along with hail and isolated tornadoes.
However – that system could also bring much-needed rainfall to Alabama, which is in the midst of its worst drought since 2016.