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AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
625 AM EST Mon Dec 31 2012

.NEAR TERM [Today and Tonight]…

After this morning`s light freeze (which was able to occur before
the thicker CI moved in from the west) comes to an end, temperatures
are finally expected to moderate back into the lower to middle 60s
this afternoon, with even a few upper 60s possible across the
southeast FL Big Bend. This will occur under filtered sunshine
through an increasing CI deck. For tonight, winds will veer around
to the SE then S, advecting in increasing low level moisture to go
along with the High Clouds, as the next week Sfc Low approaches from
the west. This should result in significantly milder low temps,
ranging from the mid 40s to the lower 50s, with a slight chance of
rain across the western 1/4 of the CWA late tonight.

&&

.SHORT TERM [Tuesday Through Wednesday]…

Rain chances will be gradually on the increase through the short
term period, as a series of weak low pressure waves approach the CWA
from the west. With the best chances for rain across the NW 1/3 of
the CWA by Tue aftn, High Temps will have have a chance to rebound
into the pleasant lower to middle 70s in many locations. Rain
chances will continue to be on the increase thereafter, but the
heaviest rain is expected to hold off until just after the short
term period. This will occur as the waves of low pressure shift
southward into the Northern Gulf of Mexico, allowing fairly strong
isentropic lift to set up across the region. Also, no thunderstorms
are expected at this time.

&&

.Long Term [Wednesday night through next Monday]…

The period starts with zonal flow aloft and a stationary front
draped across the Tri-State region. Rain driven by isentropic ascent
will increase in coverage and intensity beginning Wednesday night,
lasting through Thursday. Thursday night, a shortwave trough will
dive through the Mississippi Valley and into the Southeast by Friday
morning. The mid/upper level disturbance will act to push the once
stationary boundary through our region bringing and end to the rain.
High pressure will quickly build in and the remainder of the period
will likely remain dry. Temperatures will remain below average
during the afternoons to start the period, increasing to near or
slightly above average by Monday. Overnight lows will start off on
Wednesday night above average and gradually decrease to near average
by Friday night through Sunday night.

&&

.AVIATION…

VFR conditions are expected at all terminals today, with the
possible exception of late afternoon MVFR ceilings at KECP. Tonight,
MVFR VFR conditions are expected at all terminals today, with the
possible exception of mid to late afternoon MVFR ceilings at KECP.
Tonight, MVFR ceilings will overspread all terminals from south to
north, as southerly flow from the Gulf transports moisture inland.

&&

.MARINE…

Winds and seas will continue to gradually diminish over the Coastal
Waters today, as they veer around to the southeast then south, in
response to the Sfc Ridge exiting to our east. Tonight and Tuesday,
winds will increase back to moderate levels out of the south
(possibly reaching cautionary levels for a time) as the pressure
gradient tightens between the Ridge to the East and the approaching
Low pressure system to the west. By late in the week, cautionary
level conditions are expected to return out of the northeast as the
next in the series of low pressure systems traverses off to our
south in the Gulf of Mexico.

&&

.FIRE WEATHER…

Red Flag conditions are not expected for the next several days.

&&

.HYDROLOGY…

No flooding concerns are expected from the recent rainfall.
However, the next low pressure system, which is expected to
manifest itself into a series of weak waves which will traverse
along the Gulf Coast for much of the mid to late week period,
could tally upwards of 1 to 3 inches of rain across the CWA. This
may cause some additional low rises along area rivers.

URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
1146 PM EST SUN DEC 30 2012

…ANOTHER…BUT LONGER DURATION…LIGHT FREEZE IS EXPECTED
OVERNIGHT AND EARLY MONDAY MORNING LATE TONIGHT OVER THE ENTIRE REGION EXCEPT FOR THE IMMEDIATE COAST…

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INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…ENTERPRISE…OZARK…FORT RUCKER… DALEVILLE…GENEVA…HARTFORD…SAMSON…SLOCOMB…MALVERN… TAYLOR…ASHFORD…DOTHAN…KINSEY…COWARTS…WEBB…
COTTONWOOD…REHOBETH…DE FUNIAK SPRINGS…HUDSON…BONIFAY… CRYSTAL LAKE…CHIPLEY…FIVE POINTS…MARIANNA…GRACEVILLE… MALONE…SNEADS…YOUNGSTOWN…BLOUNTSTOWN…WHITE CITY…
WEWAHITCHKA…CROSS CITY
1146 PM EST SUN DEC 30 2012 /1046 PM CST SUN DEC 30 2012/

a freeze warning is now in effect until 9 AM EST /8 AM cst/
monday…

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a freeze warning, which is in effect until 9 AM EST /8 AM cst/ monday.

* temperature: lows 28 to 32 degrees.

* duration: 2 to 4 hours below freezing closer to the coast and 5 to 8 hours well inland and along the suwannee river valley.

precautionary/preparedness actions…

a freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. these conditions will kill crops and other
sensitive vegetation.

&&

URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
527 AM EST SUN DEC 30 2012

…A FREEZE WARNING IS NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM EST/ 7AM CST THIS MORNING FOR ALL AREAS EXCEPT FOR TAYLOR DIXIE AND LAFAYETTE COUNTIES…

…A FREEZE WATCH IS NOW IN EFFECT FOR ALL ZONES EXCEPT THE
IMMEDIATE COAST FROM LATE TONIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING…

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COWARTS…WEBB…COTTONWOOD…REHOBETH…DE FUNIAK SPRINGS… HUDSON…BONIFAY…CRYSTAL LAKE…CHIPLEY…FIVE POINTS…
MARIANNA…GRACEVILLE…MALONE…SNEADS…YOUNGSTOWN…
BLOUNTSTOWN…WHITE CITY…WEWAHITCHKA…QUINCY…CHATTAHOOCHEE… TALLAHASSEE…SPRING HILL…MONTICELLO…MADISON…GREENVILLE… SWEETWATER…CRAWFORDVILLE…GEORGETOWN…FORT GAINES…
CUTHBERT…SHELLMAN…ARLINGTON…MORGAN…EDISON…LEARY… DAWSON…ALBANY…LEESBURG…SMITHVILLE…SYLVESTER…ASHBURN… TIFTON…FITZGERALD…OCILLA…DOUGLASVILLE…BLAKELY…
COLQUITT…NEWTON…CAMILLA…PELHAM…MOULTRIE…ADEL…SPARKS… NASHVILLE…DONALSONVILLE…BAINBRIDGE…CAIRO…THOMASVILLE… QUITMAN…VALDOSTA…LAKELAND
527 AM EST SUN DEC 30 2012 /427 AM CST SUN DEC 30 2012/

a freeze warning is now in effect until 8 AM EST /7 AM cst/
this morning…

…a freeze watch is now in effect from late tonight through monday morning…

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a freeze watch, which is in effect from late tonight through monday
morning.

* temperature: lows 27 to 31 degrees this morning and monday morning, coldest values over southeast alabama.

* duration: 2 to 5 hours below freezing.

* impacts, below freezing temperatures for this duration could kill sensitive vegetation.

precautionary/preparedness actions…

a freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. these conditions will kill crops and other
sensitive vegetation.

a freeze watch means sub-freezing temperatures are possible. these conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

&&

URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
244 PM EST SAT DEC 29 2012

…WIDESPREAD FREEZE LIKELY ON SUNDAY MORNING…

.STRONG COLD AIR ADVECTION WILL CONTINUE BEHIND A DEPARTING COLD FRONT TONIGHT…WHICH WILL LEAD TO RAPIDLY FALLING TEMPERATURES BY EVENING. THERE IS A VERY HIGH LIKELIHOOD OF A FREEZE ACROSS ALL BUT THE EASTERN FLORIDA BIG BEND COUNTIES ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF APALACHEE BAY. THE TEMPERATURE MAY BRIEFLY REACH THE FREEZING MARK RIGHT ALONG THE SUWANNEE RIVER…BUT IT SHOULD NOT FALL BELOW FREEZING FOR A LONG ENOUGH DURATION TO BE CONSIDERED A FREEZE.

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COWARTS…WEBB…COTTONWOOD…REHOBETH…DE FUNIAK SPRINGS… HUDSON…BONIFAY…CRYSTAL LAKE…CHIPLEY…FIVE POINTS…
MARIANNA…GRACEVILLE…MALONE…SNEADS…YOUNGSTOWN…
BLOUNTSTOWN…WHITE CITY…WEWAHITCHKA…QUINCY…CHATTAHOOCHEE… TALLAHASSEE…SPRING HILL…MONTICELLO…SWEETWATER…
CRAWFORDVILLE…FREEPORT…SANTA ROSA BEACH…PANAMA CITY… PARKER…PORT SAINT JOE…APALACHICOLA…CARRABELLE…SOPCHOPPY… SAINT MARKS…GEORGETOWN…FORT GAINES…CUTHBERT…SHELLMAN… ARLINGTON…MORGAN…EDISON…LEARY…DAWSON…ALBANY…
LEESBURG…SMITHVILLE…SYLVESTER…ASHBURN…TIFTON…
FITZGERALD…OCILLA…DOUGLASVILLE…BLAKELY…COLQUITT…
NEWTON…CAMILLA…PELHAM…MOULTRIE…ADEL…SPARKS…
NASHVILLE…DONALSONVILLE…BAINBRIDGE…CAIRO…THOMASVILLE… QUITMAN…VALDOSTA…LAKELAND
244 PM EST SAT DEC 29 2012 /144 PM CST SAT DEC 29 2012/

Freeze warning in effect from 1 AM EST /midnight cst/ to 9 am EST /8 AM cst/ sunday…

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a freeze warning, which is in effect from 1 AM EST /midnight cst/ to 9 am EST /8 AM cst/ sunday. the freeze watch is no longer in effect.

* temperature: lows 27 to 32 degrees. coldest values over
southeast alabama.

* duration: ranging from 2 hours below freezing across south central georgia and the coastal florida panhandle, to 7 hours below freezing in southeast alabama.

precautionary/preparedness actions…

a freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. these conditions will kill crops and other
sensitive vegetation.

&&

URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
128 PM EST FRI DEC 28 2012

…WIDESPREAD FREEZE LIKELY ON SUNDAY MORNING…

.STRONG COLD AIR ADVECTION BEHIND A DEPARTING COLD FRONT WILL LEAD TO QUICKLY FALLING TEMPERATURES SATURDAY NIGHT. THE LATEST
INFORMATION SUGGESTS THAT THERE IS A VERY HIGH LIKELIHOOD…OVER AN 80 PERCENT CHANCE…OF A FREEZE ACROSS ALL BUT THE EASTERN FLORIDA BIG BEND COUNTIES ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF APALACHEE BAY. THE COLD TEMPERATURES ARE LIKELY TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY A SLIGHT BREEZE. WINDS OF AROUND 5 TO 10 MPH ARE EXPECTED…WHICH SHOULD PRODUCE WIND CHILLS IN THE 20S IN MOST LOCATIONS…AND PERHAPS THE UPPER TEENS IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA.

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INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…ENTERPRISE…OZARK…FORT RUCKER… DALEVILLE…HEADLAND…ABBEVILLE…GENEVA…HARTFORD…SAMSON… SLOCOMB…MALVERN…TAYLOR…ASHFORD…DOTHAN…KINSEY…
COWARTS…WEBB…COTTONWOOD…REHOBETH…DE FUNIAK SPRINGS… HUDSON…BONIFAY…CRYSTAL LAKE…CHIPLEY…FIVE POINTS…
MARIANNA…GRACEVILLE…MALONE…SNEADS…YOUNGSTOWN…
BLOUNTSTOWN…WHITE CITY…WEWAHITCHKA…QUINCY…CHATTAHOOCHEE… TALLAHASSEE…SPRING HILL…MONTICELLO…SWEETWATER…
CRAWFORDVILLE…FREEPORT…SANTA ROSA BEACH…PANAMA CITY… PARKER…PORT SAINT JOE…APALACHICOLA…CARRABELLE…SOPCHOPPY… SAINT MARKS…GEORGETOWN…FORT GAINES…CUTHBERT…SHELLMAN… ARLINGTON…MORGAN…EDISON…LEARY…DAWSON…ALBANY…
LEESBURG…SMITHVILLE…SYLVESTER…ASHBURN…TIFTON…
FITZGERALD…OCILLA…DOUGLASVILLE…BLAKELY…COLQUITT…
NEWTON…CAMILLA…PELHAM…MOULTRIE…ADEL…SPARKS…
NASHVILLE…DONALSONVILLE…BAINBRIDGE…CAIRO…THOMASVILLE… QUITMAN…VALDOSTA…LAKELAND
128 PM EST FRI DEC 28 2012 /1228 PM CST FRI DEC 28 2012/

Freeze watch in effect from late saturday night through sunday morning…

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a freeze watch, which is in effect from late saturday night through
sunday morning.

* temperature: lows 26 to 32 degrees. coldest values over
southeast alabama.

* duration: ranging from 2 hours below freezing across south central georgia and the coastal florida panhandle, to 7 hours below freezing in southeast alabama.

precautionary/preparedness actions…

a freeze watch means sub-freezing temperatures are possible. these conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

&&

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
617 AM EST Fri Dec 28 2012

…PATCHY FROST THIS EARLY MORNING…

…RAIN AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS TONIGHT INTO SATURDAY…

.NEAR TERM [Through Today]…
The large scale longwave pattern remains both progressive and
amplified. This is highlighted by ridging across extreme Ern Pacific
and West Coast, a broad positively tilted trough pivoting Ewd into
the Srn Plains and ridging over Ern states weakening from N-S.
At surface, main features are inverted trough over Ern TX starting
to develop a low just offshore with cold front SWWD and warm front
extending SEWD, and a high over Cntrl Appalachians with axis into SE
region.

Under calm winds, sunrise will see inland temps bottoming out in the
low to mid 30s with coldest values across the eastern most counties
where a few sites will drop into the upper 20s. higher dew points
will favor areas of frost until around 9 am est. During rest of
today, upper trough will move ENE. Inverted trough will continue to
develop into weak 1008mb surface low (cyclogenesis) that will
lift NEWD into LA and S/Cntrl MS by sundown. All this will shunt Ern
ridge/high further EWD towards Atlc. The combination of approaching
trough and lifting low will push cold front SEWD to LA/MS by
sundown. Locally, expect increasing mainly higher level clouds, WAA
and a more mild airmass. Dew points in the 30s this afternoon will
rise to the mid 40s inland and mid 50s at the coast by sundown. Will
go with 30-0% SW-NE pop gradient (rain mainly over Wrn waters).
Under veering winds, highs will warm to around 60 north to mid 60s
elsewhere.

&&

.SHORT TERM [Tonight Through Sunday]…
For Tonight and Saturday, The progressive flow pattern will bring
the next rainmaker across the region. The surface low continues to
race NEWD to across our area tonight reaching the GA Atlc coast
before sunrise and Carolina coast in the morning. Deep and
increasing isentropic lift is maximized as warm front lifted NWD
over our area. Dew points will increase to around 60 at the coast
and these values will lift NWD thru the night. This will be followed
by the cold front early on Sat. Guidance shows upper trough lifting
newd across OH/TN Valleys thru Sat then lift across Great Lakes and
NE states with low opening up taking much of energy with it. Still,
some increase in upper level support/divergence and ML cape ahead of
trough. Trajectory of low focuses on SE third of local area and
especially the waters. Conversely, limited amount of land to be in
warm sector so pops/instability and chances of storms mainly over
water and Big Bend counties. Thus mainly a cool rain event north of
FL border and little overall concern for severe weather. QPF
low…generally about 1/2 inch for the event. Highest rainfall
amounts will be closest to low where locally heavy rain possible.
Will go with 70-80% N-S POP gradient tonight and 0-60% W-E POP
gradient on Saturday. Moderate west winds become breezy and gusty
northwest winds following the frontal passage. Highs top out at
upper 50s SE AL to mid-upper 60S SE Big Bend.

By Sat night, low well NE and cold front well SE of our region with
a strong and cold ridge of high pressure building SEWD allowing
strong CAA and clear skies to overspread area from NW-SE. A freeze
is possible, particularly in the northwest half of our forecast area
with lows from upper 20s north to lower to mid 30s south. This Ridge
is expected to strengthen and be situated right over the CWA on
Sunday. Expect highs only in the low 50s SE AL to upper 50s SE Big
Bend.

&&

Long Term [Sunday night through next Friday]…
The period begins in a rather benign zonal flow regime aloft, with a
trough departing the east coast, and another digging through the
Southwest. At the surface, high pressure is firmly in control. The
western trough will approach the local area with its attendant
surface low forecast to drag a cold front through the Tri-State area
Tuesday through Wednesday. Although there is some disagreement as to
how dynamic this system will be (locally), there is 100% agreement
at this time that instability will be too weak to even support
thunderstorm development. Wednesday night, another shortwave will
exit the Southern Plains and spark Gulf cyclogenesis along the
eventual stalled front discussed above. As the low rides along the
front, it will bring the local area another round of showers to end
the week.

Temperatures will remain near average to begin the period, then fall
to below average under the influence of the weather systems
mentioned above.

&&

.Aviation…

Updated 617 AM:

MVFR visibilities will continue at KVLD for another hour or so.
Otherwise, VFR conditions will persist through the day as mid-level
clouds move in ahead of the next weather system. Restrictions are
expected tomorrow night as clouds and rain pass over the Tri-State
region.

&&

.MARINE…
With the coming passage of the next cold front today into early
Sat, winds are expected to reach advisory levels over the
western waters early Saturday morning. Elevated wind speeds will
build eastward and remain around 20 to 25 knots until Sunday
afternoon. Waves will be correspondingly high during the weekend,
peaking around 8 feet for the offshore waters and decreasing Sunday
afternoon.

&&

.Fire Weather…
Red Flag conditions are not expected for the next several days.

&&

.HYDROLOGY…
No Flood Concerns expected from the recent rainfall. Widespread 2
to 3 inches of rain occurred over Southeast Alabama and portions
of Southwest Georgia on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The
rain primarily occurred in the upper headwaters of the major
basins affecting the Pea and Choctawhatchee basins in Alabama,
Flint River basins in Georgia and the Chattahoochee River basin
along the Alabama-Georgia Border. 1 to 2 inches fell in the upper
Ochlockonee River basin in South Georgia.

Soils continue to moisten up with each passing system, and the
smaller creeks and streams are becoming more responsive with each
event. With this most recent event, there were minor rises on
smaller creeks and streams to near or slightly above action stage
in SE Alabama & SW Georgia. There is enough runoff to begin
generating minor rises downstream on the lower Choctawhatchee and
Ochlockonee Rivers. Flows on the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers
are so low, that the runoff has had little impact on downstream
flows affecting the lower Flint River and discharges from
reservoirs on the Chattahoochee into the Apalachicola River.

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION…UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
628 AM EST Thu Dec 27 2012

Updated Aviation Discussion.

.NEAR TERM [Through Tonight]…
Quiet weather is shaping up for today as cool high pressure builds
into the area. Morning cloud cover should gradually erode during
the day with skies expected to be mostly clear areawide by
tonight. The cool airmass is expected to keep high temperatures
below average this afternoon.

Heading into tonight, as the surface ridge moves closer to the
area, decent radiational cooling conditions are expected. Lows are
expected to bottom out near freezing over a large portion of the
area away from the coast with the coldest readings over the
southeast big bend. Areas of frost look likely away from the coast
and are mentioned in the forecast.

&&

.SHORT TERM [Friday Through Saturday]…
The pattern is expected to remain progressive through the short
term with the next shortwave arriving late Friday into Saturday
morning. An area of low pressure is expected to develop near the
Gulf coast and move eastward through the area. Model agreement is
fairly good on the timing of this system, so PoPs were bumped up
to 70-80 percent on Friday night. A warm front is expected to
straddle the coast with the greatest surface based instability
remaining just offshore. However, there appears to be enough
elevated instability to keep some chances of thunder over most of
the area. In fact, if the 00z NAM instability forecast verifies,
then there could be some stronger storms over the coastal waters
with favorable shear for organized convection. It is worth keeping
an eye on this to make sure there doesn`t end up being a low end
threat for a stronger storm along the coastline, but right now the
threat seems limited.

&&

.LONG TERM [Saturday Night through next Thursday]…
The period will begin with another Sfc Low exiting our region
quickly to the NE with a strong and cold Ridge of High Pressure
building in from the NW. This Ridge is expected to strengthen to
between 1030 and 1035mb and will be situated right over the CWA on
Sunday and Monday. This will set the stage for a possible short
duration light freeze on Sunday morning, with a likely long
duration light freeze (with a poss. Hard Freeze in some colder
locations) for Monday morning. Daytime highs on Sun. and Mon. will
also be held down several degrees below climo. For the remainder
of the period, however, an extended period of unsettled conditions
appears likely, as a series of weak waves of low pressure ride
E-NE along an elongated boundary. This boundary will be fairly
close to stationary over our CWA Mon. Night through Wed. Night, as
it will be essentially trapped between a strong Upper Ridge over
the SE Gulf of Mexico, and a weak Upper Trof swinging in from the
NW. At this time, this setup would favor periods of beneficial
rain over our area, with any Tstms appearing unlikely. It should
be noted, however, that the GFS and CMC are in good agreement with
this scenario (which we are fcsting), while the past 2 runs of the
ECMWF are much slower with moisture advection, holding off the
next batch of rain until Wed. Night and Thurs.

&&

.AVIATION…
[Through 12Z Friday] The expected MVFR level Cigs have been very
steady at DHN and ABY throughout the night and early morning
hours, while TLH and VLD have been going Sct at times. It did take
longer than expected for the Cigs to reach ECP (by 1030Z), but the
latest 11-3.9 micron Sat. Imagery shows they are likely to remain
Bkn-Ovc for about 2-3 more hours. DHN and ABY should also be the
last to scatter out and return to VFR (by 15Z), with all terminals
expected to remain at VFR levels for the rest of the period.

&&

MARINE…
Winds and seas will continue diminishing today as high pressure
builds south toward the marine area. The next storm system will
begin to develop across the Gulf on Friday evening with winds and
seas expected to reach advisory levels this weekend.

&&

.FIRE WEATHER…
Although afternoon relative humidities will be noticeably lower
today and Friday, they are not expected to be low enough (and ERCs
will not be high enough) to cause any concerns. With another
wetting rainfall expected on Friday night and Saturday, no Red
Flag concerns are expected for the next several days.

&&

.HYDROLOGY…
Area rivers are expected to remain below flood stage for the next
several days. A general half inch to one inch of rain is expected on
Friday night into Saturday with the highest amounts expected to be
near the coast.

URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
209 PM EST WED DEC 26 2012

…A FREEZE WARNING IS NOW IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM EST /2 AM CST/ TO 8 AM EST /7 AM CST/ THURSDAY MORNING FOR SOUTHEAST
ALABAMA…SOUTHWESTERN GEORGIA AND THE INLAND FLORIDA PANHANDLE…

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INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…ENTERPRISE…OZARK…FORT RUCKER… DALEVILLE…HEADLAND…ABBEVILLE…GENEVA…HARTFORD…SAMSON… SLOCOMB…MALVERN…TAYLOR…ASHFORD…DOTHAN…KINSEY…
COWARTS…WEBB…COTTONWOOD…REHOBETH…DE FUNIAK SPRINGS… HUDSON…BONIFAY…CRYSTAL LAKE…CHIPLEY…FIVE POINTS…
MARIANNA…GRACEVILLE…MALONE…SNEADS…GEORGETOWN…
FORT GAINES…CUTHBERT…SHELLMAN…ARLINGTON…MORGAN…EDISON… LEARY…DAWSON…ALBANY…LEESBURG…SMITHVILLE…DOUGLASVILLE… BLAKELY…COLQUITT…NEWTON…DONALSONVILLE
209 PM EST WED DEC 26 2012 /109 PM CST WED DEC 26 2012/

Freeze warning in effect from 3 AM EST /2 AM cst/ to 8 AM EST /7 AM cst/ thursday,
, wind advisory is cancelled…

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a freeze warning, which is in effect from 3 AM EST /2 AM cst/ to 8 AM EST /7 AM cst/ thursday. the wind advisory for today has been
cancelled.

* temperature, low of 29 to 31.

* hours below freezing (2 to) 4 hours.

precautionary/preparedness actions…

a freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. these conditions will kill crops and other
sensitive vegetation.

&&

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
649 AM EST Wed Dec 26 2012

NEAR TERM [Through Tonight]…
Much cooler and drier air will continue to build in behind the Cold
Front today on gusty W-NW winds, which are expected to be strong for
a Wind Advisory. These winds will gradually diminish during the
evening and overnight hours, which will allow low temps to drop to
between 30 and 35 degrees in many areas tonight. However, it is
still a bit too early to call whether any locations will meet the
durations required for a freeze warning, but this may require a
second look this afternoon.

&&

.SHORT TERM [Thursday Through Friday]…
High Pressure with fair and dry weather will dominate conditions
across the region on Thursday, but High Temps will still be below
normal in the mid to upper 50s. This dry weather will be short
lived, however, as a weak low pressure begins to develop off to our
west along the Gulf Coast, with the possibility of some light rain
returning to western parts of the area by Friday afternoon.

&&

.LONG TERM [Friday Night through next Thursday]…
A progressive pattern will remain in place through the period with
the GFS and ECMWF agreeing that the next rain maker will move into
the area on Saturday. This system currently does not look nearly as
impressive in terms of convective potential as the system we are
dealing with now, and the official forecast only carries a slight
chance of thunder close to the coast. For the most part,
temperatures are expected to be within a few degrees of the seasonal
averages, except cooler than average Thursday night as weak high
pressure temporarily builds in from the north.

&&

.AVIATION
[Through 12z Thursday] Gusty westerly winds will be the main story
behind the cold front. Gusts around 25 knots are expected at all TAF
sites. Mainly VFR conditions are expected to prevail, but there
could be a brief window of MVFR cigs around KABY and KDHN.

&&

.MARINE…
The powerful squall line has moved through the western portion of
the Coastal Waters early this morning, and will be moving through
the eastern legs until an hour or two after sunrise. Gale Force
winds (and/or frequent gusts) with high seas will overtake the marine
area from west to east, and linger into early this afternoon. Once
the Gale has subsided, Small Craft Advisory conditions will linger
across the waters until late tonight. Lighter winds and lower seas
are expected by Thursday.

&&

.FIRE WEATHER…
There are no red flag concerns for the next several days.

&&

.HYDROLOGY…
The 1 to 2 inches of recent rainfall may cause some minor rises
along area rivers. However, due to low flows in area basins, no
significant rises are expected at this time.

Weather for Geneva…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR… SOUTHERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… WESTERN GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 1145 PM CST * AT 1053 PM CST…THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DETECTED A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THESE STORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM 19 MILES NORTHWEST OF SAMSON TO 29 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SAMSON…OR ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM OPP TO DORCAS…AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 60 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO NEW BROCKTON AND ENTERPRISE

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Weather for Coffee…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR… SOUTHERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… WESTERN GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 1145 PM CST * AT 1053 PM CST…THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DETECTED A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THESE STORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM 19 MILES NORTHWEST OF SAMSON TO 29 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SAMSON…OR ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM OPP TO DORCAS…AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 60 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO NEW BROCKTON AND ENTERPRISE

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Weather for Walton…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR… WALTON COUNTY IN THE PANHANDLE OF FLORIDA… * UNTIL MIDNIGHT CST * AT 1053 PM CST…THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DETECTED A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THESE STORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM 26 MILES NORTHWEST OF DE FUNIAK SPRINGS TO 31 MILES WEST OF SANTA ROSA BEACH…OR ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM LAUREL HILL TO 15 MILES WEST OF DESTIN…AND MOVING EAST AT 30 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO CLEAR SPRINGS…FLOWERSVILLE…PAXTON…POND CREEK…LAKEWOOD…GORDON… NEW HARMONY…FOX HILL…NATURAL BRIDGE…MOSSY HEAD…CANEY CREEK…OAKWOOD HILLS.

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WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION FOR WATCHES 696/698
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
1024 PM EST TUE DEC 25 2012

The National Weather Service has issued tornado watch 698 until 5 AM EST /4 AM cst/ wednesday which replaces a portion of tornado watch 696. the new watch is valid for the following areas

in alabama the new watch includes 5 counties

in southeast alabama

coffee dale geneva henry houston

in florida the new watch includes 7 counties

in the florida panhandle

bay calhoun gulf holmes jackson walton washington

this includes the cities of, abbeville, ashford, blountstown, bonifay, callaway, chipley, cottonwood, cowarts,
crystal lake, daleville, de funiak springs, dothan,
enterprise, five points, fort rucker, geneva, graceville,
hartford, headland, hudson, inwood, kinsey, lynn haven,
lynn haven, malone, malvern, marianna, ozark, panama city,
port st. joe, rehobeth, samson, slocomb, sneads, taylor,
upper grand lagoon, webb, wewahitchka and white city.

URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
809 PM EST TUE DEC 25 2012

…A WIND ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FROM 7 AM EST /6 AM CST/ TO 5 PM EST /4 PM CST/ WEDNESDAY FOR ALL COUNTIES…

.A STRONG SQUALL LINE FOLLOWED BY THE PARENT COLD FRONT WILL MOVE EAST THROUGH THE FORECAST AREA OVERNIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. BRISK WEST THEN NORTHWEST WINDS WILL INCREASE TO NEAR 20 MPH WITH FREQUENT GUSTS EXCEEDING 25 MPH. THEREFORE A WIND ADVISORY HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR ALL THE COUNTIES. WINDS SHOULD DECREASE AND GUSTS DROP BELOW ADVISORY CRITERIA BY A LATE AFTERNOON.

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COFFEE-DALE-HENRY-GENEVA-HOUSTON-INLAND WALTON-CENTRAL WALTON- HOLMES-WASHINGTON-JACKSON-INLAND BAY-CALHOUN-INLAND GULF-
INLAND FRANKLIN-GADSDEN-LEON-INLAND JEFFERSON-MADISON-LIBERTY- INLAND WAKULLA-INLAND TAYLOR-LAFAYETTE-INLAND DIXIE-SOUTH WALTON- COASTAL BAY-COASTAL GULF-COASTAL FRANKLIN-COASTAL JEFFERSON- COASTAL WAKULLA-COASTAL TAYLOR-COASTAL DIXIE-QUITMAN-CLAY-
RANDOLPH-TERRELL-DOUGHERTY-LEE-WORTH-TURNER-TIFT-BEN HILL-IRWIN- EARLY-MILLER-BAKER-MITCHELL-COLQUITT-COOK-BERRIEN-SEMINOLE-
DECATUR-GRADY-THOMAS-BROOKS-LOWNDES-LANIER-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…ENTERPRISE…OZARK…FORT RUCKER… DALEVILLE…HEADLAND…ABBEVILLE…GENEVA…HARTFORD…SAMSON… SLOCOMB…MALVERN…TAYLOR…ASHFORD…DOTHAN…KINSEY…
COWARTS…WEBB…COTTONWOOD…REHOBETH…DE FUNIAK SPRINGS… HUDSON…BONIFAY…CRYSTAL LAKE…CHIPLEY…FIVE POINTS…
MARIANNA…GRACEVILLE…MALONE…SNEADS…YOUNGSTOWN…
BLOUNTSTOWN…WHITE CITY…WEWAHITCHKA…QUINCY…CHATTAHOOCHEE… TALLAHASSEE…SPRING HILL…MONTICELLO…MADISON…GREENVILLE… SWEETWATER…CRAWFORDVILLE…PERRY…MIDWAY…MAYO…CROSS CITY… FREEPORT…SANTA ROSA BEACH…PANAMA CITY…PARKER…
PORT SAINT JOE…APALACHICOLA…CARRABELLE…SOPCHOPPY…
SAINT MARKS…KEATON BEACH…STEINHATCHEE…SUWANNEE…
GEORGETOWN…FORT GAINES…CUTHBERT…SHELLMAN…ARLINGTON… MORGAN…EDISON…LEARY…DAWSON…ALBANY…LEESBURG…
SMITHVILLE…SYLVESTER…ASHBURN…TIFTON…FITZGERALD…OCILLA… DOUGLASVILLE…BLAKELY…COLQUITT…NEWTON…CAMILLA…PELHAM… MOULTRIE…ADEL…SPARKS…NASHVILLE…DONALSONVILLE…
BAINBRIDGE…CAIRO…THOMASVILLE…QUITMAN…VALDOSTA…LAKELAND 809 PM EST TUE DEC 25 2012 /709 PM CST TUE DEC 25 2012/

Wind advisory in effect from 7 AM EST /6 AM cst/ to 5 PM EST /4 PM cst/ wednesday…

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a wind advisory, which is in effect from 7 AM EST /6 AM cst/ to 5 pm EST /4 PM cst/ wednesday.

* timing, wednesday morning into late afternoon.

* winds, around 20 mph with frequent gusts exceeding 25 mph.

precautionary/preparedness actions…

a wind advisory means that winds or frequent gusts exceeding 25 mph are expected. winds this strong can make driving
difficult, especially for high profile vehicles. use extra
caution.

&&

Weather for Coffee…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… SOUTHERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… NORTHWESTERN GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 600 PM CST * AT 531 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEAR SAMSON…OR NEAR EARLYTOWN…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 40 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO NEW BROCKTON

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Weather for Geneva…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… SOUTHERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… NORTHWESTERN GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 600 PM CST * AT 531 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEAR SAMSON…OR NEAR EARLYTOWN…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 40 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO NEW BROCKTON

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Weather for Covington…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOBILE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… SOUTHEASTERN COVINGTON COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… * UNTIL 600 PM CST * AT 510 PM CST…A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO WAS LOCATED 7 MILES SOUTHEAST OF FLORALA…OR 9 MILES SOUTHEAST OF LOCKHART…MOVING NORTH AT 40 MPH. * LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE… RURAL SOUTHEASTERN COVINGTON COUNTY

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Weather for Crenshaw…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOBILE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… SOUTHEASTERN CRENSHAW COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… * UNTIL 615 PM CST * AT 506 PM CST…A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO WAS LOCATED 11 MILES SOUTH OF LUVERNE…OR 2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BRANTLEY…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 30 MPH. * LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE… GLENWOOD… BRANTLEY…

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Weather for Walton…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTH CENTRAL WALTON COUNTY IN THE PANHANDLE OF FLORIDA… WESTERN GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 545 PM CST * AT 504 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 20 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SAMSON…OR NEAR GORDON…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 35 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO PAXTON…LAKEWOOD…NATURAL BRIDGE…GASKIN…HACODA…GANER… LOGAN FIELD MUNICIPAL A/P…EARLYTOWN…PERA…WEEKS…LOWERY AND PINEY GROVE.

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Weather for Geneva…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTH CENTRAL WALTON COUNTY IN THE PANHANDLE OF FLORIDA… WESTERN GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 545 PM CST * AT 504 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 20 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SAMSON…OR NEAR GORDON…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 35 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO PAXTON…LAKEWOOD…NATURAL BRIDGE…GASKIN…HACODA…GANER… LOGAN FIELD MUNICIPAL A/P…EARLYTOWN…PERA…WEEKS…LOWERY AND PINEY GROVE.

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Weather for Coffee…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTHEASTERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… NORTHWESTERN DALE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 545 PM CST * AT 451 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEAR NEW BROCKTON…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 40 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO ARITON

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Weather for Dale…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTHEASTERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… NORTHWESTERN DALE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 545 PM CST * AT 451 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEAR NEW BROCKTON…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 40 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO ARITON

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Weather for Coffee…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… WESTERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 530 PM CST * AT 451 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 11 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ELBA…OR NEAR PERRY STORE…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 35 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO BROOKLYN…BASIN…DAMASCUS…NEW HAVEN…CURTIS…DANLEYS CROSSROADS…CARL FOLSOM A/P…PINE LEVEL…LEE…CAMP HUMMING HILLS…WOODLAND GROVE CHURCH…WISE MILL…NEWBY…ZOAR…ARCUS… BLUFF SPRING…LOWRY MILL…JACK…CLOWERS CROSSROADS…CHESTNUT GROVE…WILKINSTOWN AND VICTORIA.

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Weather for Crenshaw…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOBILE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTHERN CRENSHAW COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… * UNTIL 530 PM CST * AT 449 PM CST…A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO WAS LOCATED 8 MILES WEST OF LUVERNE…OR 5 MILES WEST OF RUTLEDGE…MOVING NORTH AT 35 MPH. * LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE… RUTLEDGE…

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Weather for Walton…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTHWESTERN WALTON COUNTY IN THE PANHANDLE OF FLORIDA… * UNTIL 515 PM CST * AT 447 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEAR MOSSY HEAD…MOVING NORTH AT 40 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO FOX HILL…LIBERTY…NEW HARMONY…CLUSTER SPRINGS…SAND HILL… GORDON…CANEY CREEK…FLOWERSVILLE…CLEAR SPRINGS…PAXTON… LAKEWOOD…NATURAL BRIDGE AND GASKIN

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Weather for Geneva…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… SOUTHEASTERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… NORTH CENTRAL GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 500 PM CST * AT 433 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 9 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ENTERPRISE…OR NEAR MARVIN CHAPEL…MOVING NORTH AT 30 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO NEW BROCKTON

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Weather for Coffee…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… SOUTHEASTERN COFFEE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… NORTH CENTRAL GENEVA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST ALABAMA… * UNTIL 500 PM CST * AT 433 PM CST…A DEVELOPING TORNADO HAS BEEN DETECTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 9 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ENTERPRISE…OR NEAR MARVIN CHAPEL…MOVING NORTH AT 30 MPH. * OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO NEW BROCKTON

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Weather for Crenshaw…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOBILE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… CENTRAL CRENSHAW COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… * UNTIL 515 PM CST * AT 422 PM CST…A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO WAS LOCATED NEAR LUVERNE…OR 3 MILES SOUTHEAST OF RUTLEDGE…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 35 MPH. * LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE… RUTLEDGE… PETREY… LUVERNE… GLENWOOD…

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Weather for Covington…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOBILE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTH CENTRAL COVINGTON COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… CRENSHAW COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… * UNTIL 430 PM CST * AT 333 PM CST…A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO WAS LOCATED 7 MILES NORTH OF ANDALUSIA…OR NEAR GANTT… MOVING NORTHEAST AT 35 MPH. * LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE… RUTLEDGE… PETREY… LUVERNE… GLENWOOD… DOZIER… BRANTLEY… GANTT…

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Weather for Crenshaw…

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOBILE HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… NORTH CENTRAL COVINGTON COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… CRENSHAW COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA… * UNTIL 430 PM CST * AT 333 PM CST…A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO WAS LOCATED 7 MILES NORTH OF ANDALUSIA…OR NEAR GANTT… MOVING NORTHEAST AT 35 MPH. * LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE… RUTLEDGE… PETREY… LUVERNE… GLENWOOD… DOZIER… BRANTLEY… GANTT…

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