Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to impact several parts of the state on Friday afternoon and into the evening.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for much of Alabama south of the I-20/59 corridor until 8 p.m. The storms could include damaging winds, heavy rain and frequent lightning.
The NWS has canceled a severe thunderstorm warning for Chilton, Shelby and Coosa counties.
These storms could produce strong winds, and the NWS is already reporting a few trees down in the Eutaw area in Greene County from thunderstorm wind gusts.
FOX6 weatherman Wes Wyatt says there is still a chance for a storm later this evening as a cold front enters the state.
The forecast for Saturday and Sunday is partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of heat-activated afternoon storms.
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