NWS Birmingham, Alabama

Bill is still in tropical form as he moves across the States inland!

NWS Tampa Bay

NWS Tampa Bay on

TUCSON — With the upcoming monsoon just around the corner, rain, hail and floodwaters are not far behind.

UNTIL 5 PM TODAY: RED FLAG WARNING  How quickly things change. Dry conditions behind the recent cold front has dropped relative humidity levels to 25% or less across central Alabama.  Most ALL areas will drop below 25% humidity for several hours this afternoon. This fact - combined with Northeast winds of 5 to 10 mph - will make outdoor burning potentially dangerous.  Therefore, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Birmingham has issued a RED FLAG ALERT until 5:00 pm this afternoon.

UNTIL 5 PM TODAY: RED FLAG WARNING How quickly things change. Dry conditions behind the recent cold front has dropped relative humidity levels to 25% or less across central Alabama. Most ALL areas will drop below 25% humidity for several hours this afternoon. This fact - combined with Northeast winds of 5 to 10 mph - will make outdoor burning potentially dangerous. Therefore, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Birmingham has issued a RED FLAG ALERT until 5:00 pm this afternoon.

Embedded image permalink Luverne should be in the safe place! 3 miles south...Moving 40 mph. Likely tornado on the ground.

Embedded image permalink Luverne should be in the safe place! 3 miles south...Moving 40 mph. Likely tornado on the ground.

YEAH!!! LONDON - A Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen called Jilly on 3/10/13 won the Best in Show award at Britain's Crufts festival, the world's largest annual dog show.    Jilly, from Oxfordshire, south England, was crowned champion ahead of more than 20,000 other dogs at the NEC arena in Birmingham, central England. "She is just so busy, so naughty, she's such a character, a once in a lifetime dog," said owner Gavin Robertson.

A Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen called Jilly on Sunday won the Best in Show award at Britain's Crufts festival, the world's largest annual dog show.

NWS NEC Birmingham October 2013

NWS NEC Birmingham October 2013

ALABAMA WAS ONE OF SEVERAL STATES DEVASTATED BY THE "SUPER OUTBREAK" on April 3- 4, 1974. During the late afternoon and evening hours of April 3, 1974, AT LEAST 8 TORNADOES, including 4 extremely intense and long-lived storms, brought death and extreme storm destruction to Alabama. 86 persons were killed, 949 were injured, and damages exceeded $50 million. 16 counties in the northern part of the state were hit the hardest.

ALABAMA WAS ONE OF SEVERAL STATES DEVASTATED BY THE "SUPER OUTBREAK" on April 3- 4, 1974. During the late afternoon and evening hours of April 3, 1974, AT LEAST 8 TORNADOES, including 4 extremely intense and long-lived storms, brought death and extreme storm destruction to Alabama. 86 persons were killed, 949 were injured, and damages exceeded $50 million. 16 counties in the northern part of the state were hit the hardest.

Historic Outbreak of April 27, 2011

Historic Outbreak of April 2011

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