According to the Chambers EMA, the upgraded threat for Severe Weather has gone from marginal to enhanced with the possibility of straight-line damaging winds, making it a high threat for the area. Embedded tornadoes are an increasing threat within the line of storms, but a low threat ahead of the line and could produce a heavy rain 2-3 inches from the storm that could likely lead to flash flooding.
All of Central Alabama
Severe Storms and Flooding: 5 pm CST. Wednesday - 6 am Thursday
Non-Thunderstorm Wind: 9 am CST. Wednesday - 4 am Thursday
Damaging thunderstorm winds up to 80mph
Non-thunderstorm wind gusts up to 50mph, with locally stronger gusts