WEATHER AWARE UPDATE: Now- 10AM
Good news…Still watching…
The timing has picked up some and we will be focused on Southern Barbour County in Alabama and our georgia Counties, Clay, Quitman, and Randolph Counties. The main threat as this line weakens will be gusty winds, with a few at our just under severe strength for this portion of the storm and brief heavy rainfall.
The severe threat will be over once the squall line exits out of our Georgia Counties, looking to be around 10 am…The storm moving into Barbour County has been just under 40mph, with no hail, and brief heavy rainfall.
After this we will track it into our Georgia counties, which are similar to the observations across Alabama and looks to be all of a wind event but we need to watch for any changes.
You can always join us Live starting at 9:18 on News 3. If it warrants we’ll be live during the CBS morning show.
Streaming Live at WRBL.com radar right now and if life-threatening weather does happen wall to wall coverage on News 3. Also, we can be heard on Q 107.3 FM for a simulcast, our PMB media partner.
The Masters look good by afternoon Saturday and Sunday too. This is a big bonus for this time of year.
Sunday: The final portion of the front will sweep through and looks to be clear and sunny to start off the week.
Plus, you can always download the WRBL First Alert Radar app for the latest forecast: