Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana Sunday afternoon and has now been downgraded to a Tropical Storm and is currently just north of the Louisiana/Mississippi State Line moving North/Northeast at 8-10 mph.
- Tropical Storm Ida will be moving through Mississippi today and is expected to become a tropical depression by this evening. Severe Thunderstorms and brief spin up tornadoes are possible across eastern Alabama tonight through Tuesday.
- As the storm moves off to the northeast the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has indicated that a Marginal Risk of severe storms is possible late tonight across portions of north GA and western central GA. This threat includes severe thunderstorms and brief spin up tornadoes.
- The National Hurricane Center still anticipates the center of Ida’s remnants to pass off to the north, but heavy rain will be likely across far north Georgia (north of our area) Tuesday into Wednesday. Those areas could see 2-4 inches and in some cases 5 inches of rain over the period.
See the attached graphics for additional information and please stay weather aware over the next 24-36 hours.
Monday Outlook Click Here
Tuesday Outlook Click Here
Rainfall Totals Click Here
Alabama Outlook Click Here