Tuscaloosa County

Severe Weather Brief

November 30, 2019, 10:30 AM –

According to the latest data from the National Weather Service:

Tuscaloosa County is now included in a slight risk for severe storms tonight. A cold front will move through the state after 7 PM, bringing the threat of damaging straight-line winds and brief tornadoes to West Alabama. Stay weather aware, especially if you are traveling home from the Iron Bowl. A brief specific to Tuscaloosa County is below:

  • Tuscaloosa County is in a slight risk for severe storms tonight, November 30, 2019. 
  • Timing: as early as 7 PM through as late as midnight.
  • Threats: damaging winds of up to 60 MPH, tornadoes possible. 
  • Watch for changes in the forecast today. 

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Weather Links:

National Weather Service Latest

Storm Prediction Center

Current Radar

Current radar loop provided by the National Weather Service – Birmingham.


Disclaimer: With any weather situation, changes can happen rapidly. Tuscaloosa County EMA encourages you to use multiple sources when monitoring weather events, including the National Weather Service, NOAA weather radios, weather apps, or local television and radio stations.



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More Severe Weather Links:

Safer Sheltering Tips

Public Shelter Locations

Weather Media Serving Tuscaloosa

Programming a NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings Defined