A very strong Pacific Storm, with Arctic air behind it will set the stage for a small window of severe weather Saturday afternoon across central and south Alabama.
Times will vary but the window of the fast moving front, with a squall line will likely make this a wind event along the line, with isolated damaging straight line winds and isolated spin-up tornadoes along this axis or line of showers and storms.
Upper 60s and 70 ahead of this system and a sharp 20 degree drop within a 50 mile distance by Sunday.
Saturday morning we will be breezy and gusty, with mild readings and sporadic showers but we will be good for events.
RIGHT NOW: Window across East Central Alabama the into our Georiga counties are from 3-6PM SATURDAY.