Monday, May 22, 2017

The following schools are closed Wednesday because of the severe weather threat: Oxford City Schools, Anniston City Schools, Jacksonville City Schools, Peidmont City Schools, Calhoun County Schools, the Donoho School, Faith Christian Academy, Sacred Heart, Jacksonville Christian Academy, Etowah County Schools, Gadsden City Schools, Attalla City Schools, Randolph County Schools, Clay County Schools, St Clair County Schools, Pell City Schools, Sylacauga City Schools, Talladega City Schools, Talladega County Schools, Cherokee County Schools Coosa Christian, Westbrook Christian, Victory Christian the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, Jacksonville State University, and all campuses of Gadsden State Community College.

The National Weather Service has issued a severe weather outlook for Wednesday and is predicting several waves of storms to move through Alabama beginning early tomorrow morning, with several other waves of storms moving through the state at various times during the day. The biggest threat for severe storms comes tomorrow afternoon into the evening. The National Weather Service says there is a moderate risk for tornadoes in all of the Big 95 listening area. Storms tomorrow could produce frequent lighting, heavy downpours, high straight line winds, hail, and strong long tracking tornadoes are also possible.
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