Ida moves through the Tennessee Valley; Share your damage, impact photos
Tuesday was a First Alert Weather Day
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is still in effect for all counties until 1:00 AM CDT Wednesday, please watch for ponding and puddles on the roads for the evening commute.
Tropical Depression Ida continues to slowly track off to the northeast. We will continue to see periods of light to moderate showers for our counties in northeast Alabama.
The severe weather threat with Ida will mainly be to our east into Georgia and the Carolinas overnight. Wind gusts over 20 miles per hour will linger through the evening and overnight hours with lows in the upper 60s. Wednesday will start off mostly cloudy with wrap-around rain showers tapering off by daybreak. Skies will gradually clear into the afternoon leaving us sunny and comfortable with high temperatures in the low to middle 80s.
Thursday and Friday will be some of the best days we have seen in Summer 2021 with low humidity, sunny skies and no chance of rain. High temperatures will be in the middle to upper 80s. Labor Day weekend also looks fantastic with more sunshine and temps in the middle 80s, a few showers may be possible on Sunday and Labor Day Monday.
SHARE YOUR PHOTOS & VIDEOS:
Flash Flood Possibilities:
A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect through 1:00 AM CDT Wednesday for all North Alabama and Middle Tennessee counties. Keep checking back for the latest impacts on Ida or-air, online and on the WAFF48 Weather App. Expect frequent updates and Facebook LIVE coverage during the worst of the storms late Monday and Tuesday.
Landfall in Louisiana:
Impacts for the Tennessee Valley:
Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible Wednesday morning with highs in the lower 80s. Sunny and dry weather is forecast for Thursday through Sunday with highs ranging from the middle 80s to low 90s. An early look at Labor Day Monday shows the chance for isolated showers and highs in the middle 80s.
The 48 First Alert Weather Team will continue to examine the latest trends keep you up to date with updates all weekend long. Make sure you have the 48 First Alert Weather App (Available for Apple and Android) for the latest video updates and track!
WAFF 48 Weather Team: Chief Meteorologist Brad Travis, Meteorologist Brandon Spinner, Meteorologist Eric Burke and Meteorologist Abigail Degler.
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