Additional Heavy Rainfall Could Worsen Flooding Issues in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Tonight and Tuesday
More rainfall is in the forecast that could potentially exacerbate flooding issues in an already inundated West Alabama.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued the following Hazardous Weather Outlook:
This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for the counties served by the National Weather Service office in Birmingham. .DAY ONE...Outlook through Tonight. Damaging straight line winds up to 60 MPH will be possible in the northwest from 6 PM until Midnight. Heavy rainfall will also be possible and could result in localized flooding. Minor river flooding is ongoing along the Chatooga River above Weiss Lake and along the Black Warrior River Basin. Please refer to specific river products for details. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Tuesday through Sunday. Damaging straight line winds up to 60 MPH will be possible in the southeast Tuesday afternoon from 2 PM through 10 PM Tuesday evening. Heavy rainfall will also be possible and could result in localized flooding. Minor flooding is expected to continue along portions of the Chatooga River and Black Warrior River basins through Friday. Please refer to specific river products for details.
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