Storms weaken as they move across Alabama

Storms weaken as they move across Alabama

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BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

It's been another busy night with strong to severe thunderstorms making a push through the area.

The Tornado Watch has been canceled for all counties in our viewing area.

There have been scattered reports of downed trees and even a report of a toppled mobile home in Marion County.

The good news is that the storms are on a downward trend and the severe thunderstorm watch should expire at 1 a.m. Tuesday for the following counties in our area:

BIBB, BLOUNT, CALHOUN, CHEROKEE, CHILTON, CLAY, COOSA, ETOWAH, HALE, JEFFERSON, SHELBY, ST. CLAIR, TALLADEGA, TALLAPOOSA

We are still detecting quite a bit of lightning so you can expect some loud rumbles of thunder through the remainder of the evening and early morning hours over portions of East Alabama.

Once the storms weaken over East Alabama the threat for severe weather should end for the night, although scattered showers may linger through sunrise.

More storms are in the forecast for tomorrow so check-in for updates. The main threat with the severe storms will continue to be damaging straight-line winds and large hail.

You can keep up with the latest weather conditions online at http://www.myfoxal.com/weather and through the WBRC News app.

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