A Slight Risk (Level 2/5) has been put in place by the Storm Prediction Center for much of Alabama on Sunday, June 25th.

Multiple rounds of strong-severe storms are expected in the late morning on Sunday then again Sunday night into the overnight hours. Damaging winds and large hail will be the main threats.

There is medium confidence that strong to severe storms to move through the area during the late morning into the early afternoon hours and later in the evening before ending towards midnight. Any severe storm will be capable of producing damaging winds and large hail.
Severe weather is possible across Central Alabama on Sunday and Sunday night. This is a complex timing situation with multiple rounds of severe weather possible from midday into the overnight hours.
...OH Valley into the Mid South and MS/AL...
   A mid-level low/associated trough over the upper to mid MS Valley
   will move east-southeast into the central Great Lakes by early
   Monday morning.  A belt of strong 500-mb flow will move through the
   base of the trough over the mid MS Valley into the OH Valley and
   portions of the TN Valley.  Large model variability is resulting in
   considerable uncertainty for this forecast with ongoing
   showers/thunderstorms expected Sunday morning from potentially the
   southwestern Great Lakes southward into the Mid South.  With those
   caveats/concerns mentioned, a large reservoir of rich low-level
   moisture will reside from the lower MS Valley northward into the OH
   Valley in absence of any convective overturning during the morning. 
   More aggressive model solutions for destabilization show the
   development of a very unstable to extremely unstable airmass
   developing from AR eastward through the Mid South and northward into
   the OH Valley.  It seems likely some of this broad region will have
   a thunderstorm cluster with associated wind/hail risk deplete some
   of the potential instability.  However, areas located on the
   periphery of the potential thunderstorm clusters/MCSs near residual
   outflow or on the front, will be favored areas for additional
   thunderstorms and a severe risk.  It seems most probable that a
   concentrated area of wind-damage potential may reside over parts of
   the OH Valley southward into middle TN where the mid-level speed max
   is forecast to overspread the warm sector.  Have aggressively
   expanded 5 and 15-percent wind probabilities into the upper OH
   Valley, MS/AL and into AR to account for both spatial uncertainty
   and the depiction by the last 6 model runs of the deterministic
   ECMWF and the latest HREF ensemble sshow several linear clusters
   moving across these corridors.  By the mid evening, a gradual
   subsiding and confining of the severe risk is expected with the
   greatest risk perhaps shifting into parts of the lower MS Valley.