The National Weather Service says there is a chance for a line of storms to move into north Alabama Monday ahead of a cold front that’ll be affecting Cherokee County later this week. The storms are expected to track from west to east across the state – but could lose some of their punch as they do.
Forecasters said that damaging winds and heavy rain will be their main concerns, however there could also even be potential for a brief tornado.
The wind could also pick up late into the morning and into afternoon ahead of those storms with gusts up to 30+ mph possible across north and central Alabama.
The weather service said the area of greatest concern will be along, and west of a line, from Selma to Clanton to Anniston.