The storms late last night and early this morning were strong, but didn't cause too many problems around the area. Just a handful of damage reports came in, primarily downed trees in the Shoals and near Fyffe in Dekalb County.
Here are a couple of damage pictures from Lauderdale County that were posted to WAFF.com.
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We'll stay quiet tonight, but more storms are expected tomorrow. Like last night's storms, some could be strong to severe. We are currently covered with a Slight Risk for severe weather Friday from the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK.
Once again, damaging wind gusts above 60mph are the primary threat. The stronger storms will also produce torrential downpours and could be prolific lightning producers. Some hail is also possible.
This should be mainly an afternoon storm event. WAFF 48 Pinpoint Predictor doesn't fire up storms until after lunchtime. Here's 3pm tomorrow:
Showers and storms are still around at 5pm:
There are indications that the storm activity will shift our south in time for your Friday evening plans.
WAFF 48 Storm Team