A strong storm system will bring increasing winds on Tuesday, with non-thunderstorm winds reaching 30-40 MPH as the system moves from south to north.
The severe weather threat is limited to the Gulf Coast, with the potential for stronger storms across south-central Alabama. Moving further north reduces the likelihood of thunderstorms.
As the rainfall event progresses, it is expected that precipitation levels will vary across the state, with an estimated range of 2 to 4 inches. This significant amount of rainfall is likely to impact various regions, contributing to changes in water levels and potential flooding concerns. Residents and authorities are advised to stay informed about local weather updates and take necessary precautions to ensure safety and minimize potential risks associated with the anticipated rainfall.