Alabama flash flooding

Alabama Weather
4:12 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Storm, Flood Warnings Issued Throughout Alabama

North Alabama is expected to have some flash flooding concerns this evening.
Credit National Weather Service

The National Weather Service is warning of severe thunderstorms and flash floods in in several areas of Alabama.

Forecasters said Tuesday that a storm capable of producing winds of up to 60 mph was spotted 14 miles north of Evergreen and is expected to move northeast at about 35 mph. The severe thunderstorm watch spans several areas of northeast, central and south Alabama.

Forecasters say the storm is expected to cause rain in areas where the soil is already saturated from a previous round of bad weather.

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Alabama Coast-Flood Threat
4:00 pm
Fri May 9, 2014

Forecasters Say More Flooding Possible On Ala. Coast

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from Friday afternoon through Sunday for an area that includes Mobile and the tourist towns of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.
Credit National Weather Service

More rain and the chance of floods are headed toward southwest Alabama, which is still drying out from a deluge last week.

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from Friday afternoon through Sunday for an area that includes Mobile and the tourist towns of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.

Forecasters say rainfall amounts of 1 inch to 3 inches are expected, and some areas could receive as much as 7 inches of rain.

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Arts & Life
8:23 am
Tue August 13, 2013

NWS: Ala at Risk For Heavy Rains, Strong Winds

NWS forecast for August 13, 2013.
The National Weather Service-Birmingham

Forecasters say heavy rains could bring flash flooding to north and central Alabama.

   The National Weather Service says a slow-moving cold front will cause showers and thunderstorms across the northern two-thirds of the state on Tuesday.

   Flash floods are possible mainly along and west of Interstate 65, and forecasters say winds could gust to 40 mph.

   Rains are supposed to diminish overnight, but the system is expected to slow down and bring more heavy rains on Wednesday, mainly south of Interstate 20.