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Severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, hail could hit Morgan, Lawrence, Limestone

Severe thunderstorms, large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes could hit Morgan, Lawrence and Limestone counties Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms early Thursday may be followed by a lull, with the likelihood of severe weather picking up late Thursday afternoon and night, said Kurt Weber, NWS meteorologist in Huntsville.

Thursday will be “windy, warm and muggy,” the NWS said in a hazardous weather
outlook. Thursday night and early Friday, a broken squall line will move along a cold front through North Alabama and portions of Southern Middle Tennessee.

The primary hazard will be damaging winds, but isolated tornadoes are possible, the statement said.

Wednesday night through Friday, rainfall may total three-fourths inch to an inch or more, Weber said.

Steve Stewart

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