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Weather Authority Alert: Freeze Warning expires at 9:00 AM on 11/2, issued at 2:58 PM Hodges, AL | Phil Campbell, AL | Red Bay, AL | Russellville, AL

Watching a storm system . . . . .

Reported by: John Dolusic
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Updated: 4/06 1:10 am
A storm system will move into the WTVA viewing area by later portions of Sunday and into Monday morning.  This system will bring rain and thunderstorms back into our forecast gradually as we go through our Sunday.  For several hours during Sunday evening and into early Monday morning we could see a potential for some strong and maybe even severe thunderstorms to be found in the mix.  Isolated tornadoes are not out of the question roughly south and east of The Natchez Trace roughly from a few hours after sunset to roughly shortly before sunrise on Monday.  We also have the potential for some strong winds and some large hail in the same region during the same time.  The farther south and east portions of our Mississippi and Western Alabama will have the best chance to see some of this strong to severe activity when it comes to our viewing area.  Basically the southern half of Mississippi and the southern two thirds of Alabama will have the best of chances for severe weather.
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