First Alert: Storms are gone, and now we are quiet again

We might not be done with the showers just yet, though...

Amanda's overnight forecast update...

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Monday’s active weather caused dozens of hail and damaging wind reports, which included dime to nickle size hail and also wind damage from gusts upwards of 50+ mph...

Nope - that's not snow... it's hail!! 😳 📍: Marbury/Holtville area (Autauga/Elmore County border) 📸: Kendall H. Price

Posted by Amanda Curran WSFA on Monday, March 25, 2019

After an active afternoon/evening, we’re happy to report that Alabama is getting ready to settle back into a quiet pattern, again!

As the night progresses, we will remain on the cloudy side throughout the evening with temperatures on either side of 50°.

Our overall forecast is mostly dry for the rest of the workweek, with the exception being a few showers in east Alabama late Tuesday.

(WSFA 12 News)

The rest of the workweek looks quiet beyond today’s storms.

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