Severe Storm Risk Continues on Monday
Severe storms are firing up across the I-10 corridor bringing gusty winds and some reports of hail across Alabama.
Video below depicts marble size hail ;however, some reports were around hen egg size hail (2.00″) was reported around Andalusia, AL earlier today.
DAMAGING HAIL – Large hail fell across Lowndes & Covington County, Alabama Sunday afternoon. Locals report damage to vehicles and broken windows from some of the bigger stones. #alwx pic.twitter.com/JCgDlFfgl0
— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) July 22, 2018
A Severe T-Storm Watch is in effect until later this evening for parts of Florida and Georgia.
Winds in excess of 58 mph will be the main concern, especially as we shift into the late evening hours. Areas of concern will be south of I-10 and East of I-75 for the largest wind threat.
This system will generate another line of storms for parts of Central Florida and Southern Louisiana tomorrow afternoon. Damaging winds will, once again, be the main concern. Secure any outdoor items and stay weather alert!
Meteorologist Merry Matthews