Tornado Warning in Effect for Northwestern Florida until 10:00 PM CT

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for Northwest Florida until 10:00 PM CT.

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There is currently a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 10:00 PM CT.

A severe thunderstorm watch is currently in effect for the entire WEAR-TV viewing area until 10:00 PM CDT, encompassing SW Alabama and NW Florida.

Southern Alabama is currently at a moderate risk for severe weather, with a level 2 out of 5 rating. This risk level is classified as “Slight” and is indicated by the yellow shading on the map. The southern part of the state, in particular, faces a higher likelihood of experiencing storms as the evening progresses.

As of 6 PM, South Alabama is currently experiencing intense storms.

Alabama faces a severe risk level of 2 out of 5, while NW Florida has a risk level of 1 out of 5. There are concerns about wind and hail in these areas.

Northwest Florida and coastal Southwest Alabama currently have a level 1 out of 5 risk for severe weather, indicated by the “Marginal” risk shaded in green. Although the risk for storms is lower this evening towards 10 PM, it is important to stay weather aware. There is a possibility of a few isolated strong storms making their way into Northwest Florida.

Storms are expected to move in from 6 PM to 10 PM this evening, bringing a potential risk of severe weather. The storm risk is expected to end in Northwest Florida around 10 PM.

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