Published: Monday, November 29, 2010, 8:00 PM
A line of strong storms that could bring damaging winds, heavy rain, large hail, and possibly isolated tornadoes is expected to move into central Alabama just after midnight.
The National Weather Service said up to two inches of rain could fall in some areas, possibly causing some minor flooding in areas with poor drainage. Winds could travel as fast as 20 mph.
The threat of severe thunderstorms is expected to last until 3 p.m. Tuesday when the storm system is expected to move into Georgia.
Skies will stay cloudy during the early evening Tuesday as the temperature drops to around 30.
Follow developments in the al.com Weather Center.
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