There is a possibility of severe weather occurring late Saturday and early Sunday. The biggest threat should come from hail and straight line winds. "However, an isolated tornado is possible," predicts Scott Roberts, WDHN Chief Meteorologist.
Some turbulent weather could occur Saturday afternoon but is more likely Saturday night and early Sunday. "There's no way to predict what will happen but the ingredients that could spawn dangerous storms are certainly in place," said Houston County EMA Director Clark Matthews.
If they develop, this will mark the second time in five days that severe storms have plagued the state. Hundreds of homes were damaged, over 60 destroyed, and thousands left without electricity when storms struck central and north Alabama Monday.