First Alert: Storm threat coming to an end

We’re clearing out and our chance for strong storms is dwindling...
The severe weather threat is almost completely over...
Updated: Apr. 20, 2020 at 1:43 AM CDT
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - It’s now early Monday morning, and storms are moving out of Alabama. What we are left with is some rain, a few rumbles and a very low end threat for a few stronger storms in far southern and eastern portions of the state.

From west to east, wet weather will come to an end, and by sunrise Monday we won’t be tracking much on radar.

The afternoon looks quiet... highs climb into the 70s under a mixed sky.

No major changes once we are back to rain-free conditions; Tuesday is seasonable and so is Wednesday.

It’s April in Alabama, so our next chance for storms is never too far away! We could be watching the potential for our next severe weather threat by late Wednesday into the early half of our day Thursday.

Keep checking back for updates as the forecast evolves.

You can also catch up on the latest damage reports here from storms that impacted the state Sunday morning through Monday morning.

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