Severe weather will be possible in Alabama from late Saturday night into Sunday afternoon.
Tornadoes, damaging winds and heavy rain will all be possible with this severe weather.
A line of rain and thunderstorms will be moving east through the Mississippi Valley Friday night. This line is predicted to stall out as the evening progresses and bring isolated showers to some parts of the state.
On Saturday, a few isolated thunderstorms will be possible. Widespread thunderstorms will continue to develop early into Sunday morning, some of which may be before sunrise.
Forecasters statewide stress the critical need for Alabamians to be able to get severe weather alerts at all hours of the day.
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