MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Whew. A line of storms rolled through the state this morning, bringing pockets of wind damage and isolated tornadoes to our southeastern counties. Barbour County was hardest hit, with a tornado touching down near Baker Hill, then moving through the south side of Eufaula. Damage was also reported in Pike, Montgomery and Wilcox counties. Thankfully, there were no serious injuries.
Now, our attention turns to a very pleasant run of Spring weather. Windy, cooler weather takes over tonight; we’ll drop into the mid 40s and the cool breeze will make it feel even cooler.
More pleasant weather is ahead for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - highs each day will warm into the 70s, with cool, comfortable mornings. A few isolated showers are possible Thursday and Friday, but the rain will be limited in scope and coverage. Most stay dry.
A better rain chance arrives on Saturday, but even that will be scattered.