Halloween Treat Lead To Stormy Thursday

Isolated Severe Weather Possible

A large storm system strung out from the Great Lakes to Texas will move closer to the Chattahoochee Valley over the next 24 hours.  In advance of it, terrific weather is on tap for this Halloween.   Matter of fact, the Outdoor Candy Date Index (OCDI) is a 10!

Dry weather will greet us Thursday morning.  However, a line of showers and heavy thunderstorms will shift eastward across Alabama during the early afternoon hours, arriving across the Hootch by mid-afternoon.    If our latest cool front stalls far enough west, toward Mississippi, the line of heavy storms will begin to weaken as they approach.   Nonetheless, there is the risk of isolated damaging wind gusts and a tornado, so stay safe.

Additional showers and a thunderstorm will occupy the landscape Thursday night into Friday before drier weather returns in time for Friday Night Lights.

A beautiful weekend is on tap; a 49-hour weekend, that is.  Remember to “fall back” and get outside!   Another round of heavy storms may arrive early next week.

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