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Severe Weather Hazards

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Alabama Hazards Map

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SPC Dashboard

An all-in-one place for the latest Outlooks, Mesoscale Discussions and Weather Watches from the Storm Prediction Center

NWS Dashboard

All-in-one place for information from the National Weather Service such as their Outlooks specific to their CWA, their Graphical Hazardous Weather Outlooks, and their Area Forecast Discussions.

WPC Dashboard

All-in-one place for information from the Weather Prediction Center, including Excessive Rainfall Outlooks and QPFs.

NWR Radio

Everything you need to know about NOAA Weather Radios, how to program them, what to program them with, and where the transmitters are located.

Latest Blog Posts

Severe Weather Potential – April 2, 2024

We’re about 20 hours away from a potential severe weather episode across the state—all modes of severe weather including damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes. The primary threat will be damaging straight-line winds of 60-70 MPH with any thunderstorms. OVERVIEW: …SUMMARY… A potentially substantial severe weather outbreak — possibly including a few significant/long-track tornadoes —…

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