We're no longer calling it a First Alert Weather Day, but the weather will be still be unsettled in the Tennessee Valley on this Wednesday. Trent Butler here hoping things are calming down at your home this morning after strong storms roared through much of Alabama overnight.
The WAFF 48 weather team says a wind advisory will be in place today since we could still see winds between 25-35 miles per hour.
There is scattered damage in North Alabama but the storms were deadly in Louisiana and Mississippi. A suspected tornado left a path of destruction at an
RV park in Convent, Louisiana. At least two people from the RV park are dead and rescue crews are still looking for people who were reported missing. More than 30 people were taken to the hospital to be treated for their injuries.
Donald Trump is celebrating a third victory this morning after winning Nevada's Republican caucus. In fact, the Donald has a lot of momentum after a dominating performance in Nevada. The only real drama left is who will finish in second place as Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are still fighting it out as votes are still being counted.
There's a lot to talk about on this Wednesday morning. We hope you can join us on WAFF 48 News Today.