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Watches & Warnings

Tornado Watch
Issued: 9:05 PM CST Jan. 21, 2017 – National Weather Service

Tornado Watch 17 remains in effect until 300 am CST for the
following locations


Al
. Alabama counties included are

Autauga Baldwin Barbour
Bibb Bullock Butler
Chambers Chilton Choctaw
Clarke Clay Coffee
Conecuh Coosa Covington
Crenshaw Dale Dallas
Elmore Escambia Geneva
Greene Hale Henry
Houston Lee Lowndes
Macon Marengo Mobile
Monroe Montgomery Perry
Pike Randolph Russell
Shelby Sumter Talladega
Tallapoosa Washington Wilcox




Public Information Statement
Issued: 2:59 PM CST Jan. 21, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Storm survey plan of the day for Sunday, January 22...

.Overview...

A strong storm system moved through central Alabama Friday night
into Saturday morning, producing several areas of damage across
south central Alabama. Additional severe storms are possible late
tonight through Sunday morning. The below survey plan and targets
are dependent on the evolution of storms tonight and any areas of
additional damage. If storms are ongoing Sunday morning, survey
plans might also be delayed.

Survey summary:

At this time, storm surveys are being planned for the following
areas tomorrow:

Primary targets: southeast central Alabama, damage near and south
of i85 corridor.

Additional public information statements will be issued periodically
beginning tomorrow, as survey teams report back their findings.

A major contribution to the Success of our severe weather warning
program is the receipt of storm reports from all our customers and
partners. If you witnessed or are aware of any storm damage due to
high winds or tornadoes, please contact your local emergency
management office. You can also report severe weather by using
#bmxwx on twitter.



259 PM CST Sat Jan 21 2017

... Storm survey plan of the day for Sunday, January 22...

.Overview...

A strong storm system moved through central Alabama Friday night
into Saturday morning, producing several areas of damage across
south central Alabama. Additional severe storms are possible late
tonight through Sunday morning. The below survey plan and targets
are dependent on the evolution of storms tonight and any areas of
additional damage. If storms are ongoing Sunday morning, survey
plans might also be delayed.

Survey summary:

At this time, storm surveys are being planned for the following
areas tomorrow:

Primary targets: southeast central Alabama, damage near and south
of i85 corridor.

Additional public information statements will be issued periodically
beginning tomorrow, as survey teams report back their findings.

A major contribution to the Success of our severe weather warning
program is the receipt of storm reports from all our customers and
partners. If you witnessed or are aware of any storm damage due to
high winds or tornadoes, please contact your local emergency
management office. You can also report severe weather by using
#bmxwx on twitter.


259 PM CST Sat Jan 21 2017

... Storm survey plan of the day for Sunday, January 22...

.Overview...

A strong storm system moved through central Alabama Friday night
into Saturday morning, producing several areas of damage across
south central Alabama. Additional severe storms are possible late
tonight through Sunday morning. The below survey plan and targets
are dependent on the evolution of storms tonight and any areas of
additional damage. If storms are ongoing Sunday morning, survey
plans might also be delayed.

Survey summary:

At this time, storm surveys are being planned for the following
areas tomorrow:

Primary targets: southeast central Alabama, damage near and south
of i85 corridor.

Additional public information statements will be issued periodically
beginning tomorrow, as survey teams report back their findings.

A major contribution to the Success of our severe weather warning
program is the receipt of storm reports from all our customers and
partners. If you witnessed or are aware of any storm damage due to
high winds or tornadoes, please contact your local emergency
management office. You can also report severe weather by using
#bmxwx on twitter.