Clouds will continue to increase tonight across Central Alabama, with some patchy fog possible in our southern counties. Lows overnight will generally be in the upper 50s to lower 60s, very mild. Warmer temperatures are expected Tuesday afternoon, with highs mainly in the 80s for most of Central Alabama. All this warm air ahead of a strong system moving in from the west will generate a prime atmosphere for severe weather. Strong to severe storms will be possible across all of Central Alabama late Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Damaging straight-line winds, localized flash flooding, hail, and isolated tornadoes will be possible with this system widespread. As of now early data suggest that the line of storms will enter the northwestern counties sometime before daybreak on Thursday morning, between 3 AM - 6 AM. These storms will move eastward across the state and should exit the eastern counties by 4 PM Thursday.