Madison County Emergency Management Weather Update
Below is our summary from the National Weather Service on anticipated weather in our region for today and tomorrow. Currently, we have a line of thunderstorms moving through the county that are not expected to produce severe weather. We may see gusts 20-30mph and then rainfall this afternoon. There are nowatches or warnings for Madison County at this time. Most activity is expected to our west and currently our main concern is increased rainfall that could affect flooding conditions later in the week.
Ongoing storms will continue slowly eastward and gradually dissipate into the early afternoon. -An isolated damaging wind gusts remains possible with these storms. -Heavy rain fall could cause some local flooding of streets/creeks.
Affects behind this will delay new development until very late today.
Likely near the panhandle coast or near the cold front over parts AL/MS.
Clouds and rain-cooled air will make temp forecasts tricky today.
Expect next ‘round’ of storms late tonight into Wednesday morning.
Severe weather potential will increase again with this round.
This will increase the flooding threat.
Damaging winds, large hail and an isolated tornado remain possible with these storms overnight and Wednesday.