Remnants of Alberto bringing more rain

MIdday Tuesday Outlook

The remnants of Alberto should continue moving from south to north across Alabama Tuesday. The center of the remnants passing us to the west. But, being on the east side of the system means that we could have some bands of heavy rain and thunderstorms move through at times through Tuesday and Tuesday night.

Check out Alli Levine's live shot from Dade County on GMC Tuesday morning.

The entire NewsChannel 9 viewing area is under a Flash Flood Watch Tuesday through Wednesday morning.

The average rain for Monday through Wednesday in the 2- to 3-inch range. Some repeated rounds of storms and heavy rainfall could produce higher amounts in some isolated spots exceeding 4-inches.

We will see off and on bands of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday through Wednesday.

The severe threat overall is low. However, we will be watching these bands rotate in and monitor for any isolated severe storms, especially Tuesday.

Expect wind gusts in the 15-25mph range on average during the day Tuesday. Some higher gusts above 30 in some spots, especially west and higher elevations. This is strong enough to bring down some trees or limbs which could lead to loss of power for some.

Wind gusts should be lighter by late Tuesday Night and Wednesday.

Remnants of Alberto far north of us Wednesday. But, a steady plume of moisture pulled our way from the Gulf keeps the chance of repeated rounds of showers and storms for Wednesday.

As always, you can depend on the StormTrack 9 Team to keep you updated!

David Glenn

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