Scattered thunderstorms are expected to increase across the area, and a few of these storms could become severe. However, a major threat is not expected, forecasters say.
Forecasters with the Storm Prediction Center say that some of these storms could produce isolated straight-line wind damage and possibly a brief tornado.
The areas that could potentially see this include Southeast Alabama, Southwestern Georgia, and the Florida panhandle.
However, there is only a 20% chance of a Severe Thunderstorm Watch or Tornado Watch being issued at this time due to what forecasters call “the limited nature of the threat.”
But, again, a few strong or possibly severe thunderstorms can not be completely ruled out.
Stay with WTVY and WTVY.com for the latest weather developments.
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