Alabama Weather Advisories

  • Special Weather Statement issued October 15 at 4:10PM CDT by NWS

    2 days 17 hours ago
    ...A strong thunderstorm will impact portions of western Madison, northern Limestone and southwestern Lincoln Counties through 445 PM CDT... At 409 PM CDT, Doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm 13 miles northeast of Rogersville, moving east at 25 mph. HAZARD...Winds in excess of 45 mph.
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 15 at 4:13AM CDT by NWS

    3 days 5 hours ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog possible for portions of Northeast Alabama and Southern Middle Tennessee... Patchy Dense Fog has developed across portions of Jackson, DeKalb, Marshall, and Madison Counties in northeast Alabama, and Franklin County in southern middle Tennessee. Visibilities have been reduced to 1 to 3 miles in some areas. Some locations are experiencing dense
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 15 at 4:00AM CDT by NWS

    3 days 5 hours ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog possible for portions of Northeast Alabama and Southern Middle Tennessee... Patchy Dense Fog has developed across portions of Jackson, DeKalb, Marshall, Madison, and Lincoln Counties. Visibilities have been reduced to 1 to 3 miles in some areas. Some locations are experiencing dense fog, with visibility values reduced to one quarter
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 14 at 8:54AM CDT by NWS

    4 days ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog continues for portions of the Tennessee Valley... Patchy Dense Fog continues across portions of Marshall, Madison, and Jackson counties in northeastern Alabama and Lincoln county in Tennessee, with visibilities around 1/4 mile or less in isolated areas. Be careful if driving along highway 431 and 79 along the
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 14 at 6:58AM CDT by NWS

    4 days 2 hours ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog Continues Over Parts of the Northeast Alabama... Patchy Dense Fog continued to impact portions of Jackson, DeKalb, and Marshall counties. A few locations were experiencing dense fog, with visibilities reduced of one quarter of a mile or less. Motorists are urged to drive with extreme caution, as visibilities will vary significantly given the patchy nature of the fog. Use low
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 14 at 3:09AM CDT by NWS

    4 days 6 hours ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog Forming over Portions of Northeast Alabama... Patchy fog has developed across portions of Jackson, DeKalb, and Marshall Counties of northeast Alabama. Visibilities have been reduced to 1 to 3 miles in some areas. Some locations are experiencing dense fog, with visibility values reduced to one quarter of a mile or less.
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 13 at 6:48AM CDT by NWS

    5 days 2 hours ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog Continues Over Parts of the Northeast Alabama... Patchy Dense Fog continued to impact portions of Jackson, DeKalb, and Marshall counties. Visibilities have been reduced into the 1 to 3 mile range across some of the area. A few locations were experiencing dense fog, with visibilities reduced of one quarter of a mile or less. Motorists are urged to drive with extreme caution, as visibilities
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 13 at 3:47AM CDT by NWS

    5 days 5 hours ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog possible for portions of the Northeast Alabama... Patchy Dense Fog has developed across portions of Jackson, DeKalb, and Marshall counties. Visibilities have been reduced into the 1 to 3 mile range in some areas, with some locations experiencing dense fog with visibility values of one quarter of a mile or less. Motorists are urged to drive with extreme caution, as visibilities
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    Dense Fog Advisory issued October 13 at 3:36AM CDT until October 13 at 9:00AM CDT by NWS

    5 days 6 hours ago
    ...DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM CDT THIS MORNING... * WHAT...Visibility one quarter mile or less in dense fog. * WHERE...Etowah, Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, St. Clair, Talladega, Clay, Randolph, Tallapoosa and Chambers Counties. * WHEN...Until 9 AM CDT this morning. * IMPACTS...Hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility.
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 10 at 7:21AM CDT by NWS

    1 week 1 day ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog possible for portions of the Tennessee Valley... Patchy Dense Fog has developed and is affecting valley locations in Jackson and Marshall counties and portions of the Paint Rock Valley. Visibilities around 1/4 of a mile or less may occur at times in these areas.
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 09 at 9:02AM CDT by NWS

    1 week 2 days ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog across portions of the Tennessee Valley... Patchy Dense Fog is continuing to affect valley locations in Jackson and Marshall Counties this morning, along with SE portions of Madison County. Visibilities are as low as 1/4 mile or less in isolated areas. The dense fog is occurring along portions of Highway 431 from Hampton
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 09 at 5:50AM CDT by NWS

    1 week 2 days ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog possible for portions of the Tennessee Valley... Patchy Dense Fog has developed across portions of the Tennessee Valley, with visibilities dropping to 1/4 mile or less in a few areas. Motorists are urged to drive with extreme caution, as visibilities
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    Special Weather Statement issued October 09 at 3:06AM CDT by NWS

    1 week 2 days ago
    ...Patchy Dense Fog possible across portions of the Tennessee Valley... Patchy dense fog has developed across portions of Tennessee Valley, with visibilities reduced to 1/4 mile or less in few areas. Motorists are urged to drive with extreme caution, as visibilities will vary significantly given the patchy nature of the fog. Use low
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