Storm Spotter Day

By: mvemjsunp , 10:27 PM GMT on March 27, 2014

The NWS has issued tornado watches for parts of the Midwest this afternoon and evening. Hopefully we won't get any of that mess here in Dothan as the system shifts to the east. However, we are in for some storms that will bring lots of lightning, possibly strong winds near isolated storms, and up to 2 inches of rain around the area. I am going storm spotting tomorrow, probably in Geneva County, so I can get some good documentation of the storms. The Storm Prediction Center does not expect too much severe weather for our area, as we are listed in the "slight chance" range. But you know how unpredictable weather can be here in the Wiregrass, especially in the Spring. I still believe we could get some kind of weather watch issued some time tomorrow due to a few stronger storms. Hopefully, I will get some great storm pictures to share. As always though, safety comes first.

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High school & college math teacher for the past 20 years. Skywarn storm spotter for the National Weather Service and volunteer for Houston County, AL

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