Severe threat ends, numerous storm damage reports

Saturday's severe threat has ended for North Alabama but storm damage and minor flooding remains. Expect drier weather by tonight.

Posted: Jan 11, 2020 3:11 PM
Updated: Jan 11, 2020 10:34 PM

North Alabama saw an early round of severe thunderstorms west of I-65 this morning.  A second round of severe thunderstorms brought widespread wind damage for areas in the I-65 corridor and all the way to Sand Mountain.  Here is a list of Saturday's storm damage reports in North Alabama.

Showers have come to an end across the area.  Creeks and streams could see some minor flooding the next 24 hours as runoff continues to drain in North Alabama.  Some usual spots like Woodville at Paint Rock River and Brownsboro near the Flint River could also see some minor flooding.

Sunday remains dry but more rain arrives next week.  Between Monday and next Saturday North Alabama could see 2-3" of additional rainfall.  Flood concerns will linger through the next 7-10 days.

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