A cold front will bring the chance of severe weather to much of Alabama this weekend starting as early as Saturday afternoon.
NOAA's Storm Prediction Center has placed portions of northern and west Alabama under a slight risk of severe weather on Saturday, suggesting scattered severe storms will be possible ahead of the cold front.
And isolated severe storms will also be possible in south and central Alabama on Sunday as well.
The best chance for storms on Saturday appears to be in north and west-central Alabama starting in the evening and lasting into the overnight hours, according to the National Weather Service.
The main concerns with Saturday's storms will be damaging strait-light wind gusts, but brief tornadoes will also be possible, especially in the northwest.
The front isn't expected to make it all the way through the state and could stall over central Alabama on Sunday afternoon.
The weather service said it could move back to the north on Sunday night, raising the chance of another round of strong to severe storms, this time over the southern half of the state. Something we will all have to keep an eye on as we go throughout the weekend.