UNDATED, Ala. (AP)- Its been a common theme over the past two months - severe weather.
Another potentially dangerous weather system is on track for a late night or early morning arrival into Alabama.
National Weather Service meteorologists say the system has the potential to spawn isolated tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, heavy rain, hail and damaging winds.
Since January, at least 50 tornadoes have hit Alabama, including a record 11 twisters last month.
Also, a lake wind advisory will be issued for today and tonight. An advisory means that sustained winds of more than 20 miles-per-hour or gusts greater than 30 miles-per-hour are expected.
You are urged to monitor weather radios or your favorite media outlets for the latest weather watches or warnings.
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