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Storms likely to hit central Ala. before daybreak Friday

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BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

Rain and storms will likely impact parts of West Alabama around 4 a.m, Friday and continue through the early morning hours.

While the severe weather threat is fairly low for the state, a few storms may produce some gusty winds. The storms will likely be organized in a line that should break up as the dynamics lift quickly to the north.

The greatest risk for severe weather is for Marion, Lamar, Fayette, Walker, Winston, and Pickens counties. The small chance for severe weather should come to end by 8 a.m. Friday with rain becoming more widespread.

It's possible a few storms could fire back up during the early afternoon. This threat is small and mainly south of I-20 and east of I-65. Expect clearing skies during the evening and temperatures falling into the 40s.

We're also keeping our eye on another possible severe weathermaker for late Sunday night into early Monday morning. It's still too early to make the call, but it appears at least parts of south Alabama will see severe storms. The threat could extend farther northward depending on how much instability increases across the central part of the state.

To keep up with the latest central Alabama weather forecast, visit www.myfoxtracker.com or download the WBRC Weather app.

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