Long before a severe weather threat develops over Alabama, the overall spring weather pattern will set some of the ingredients that will determine whether we will have an active severe weather season.
Safe From the Storm
You will see impact tags added to some severe weather warnings.
Your safety in a tornado doesn’t just depend on your ability to get fast and accurate storm warnings. The building you’re in when a tornado strikes is also critically important.
Tornado sirens have no doubt saved lives, but you shouldn’t rely on them totally to protect you from severe weather.
Do you know the difference between a Tornado Watch, a Tornado Warning and a Tornado Emergency?
Most people know what to do if they’re inside their home or other building when a tornado approaches, but what if you’re inside a car?
Starting August 2, the National Weather Service says it will add a “damage threat” category to severe thunderstorm warnings.
Wouldn’t it be great if hurricanes could be stopped or steered away from land?
Alabama News Network is working to get you prepared for the 2021 hurricane season. But we also want to remind you of last year’s record-setting year for tropical weather.
Changes are coming to the 2021 hurricane season. Bluewater Meteorologist Rich Thomas outlines what is different this year.