Hydrologic Outlook

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$

Hydrologic Outlook
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115-117-119-121-123-125-127-133-182200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
348 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

A moist southwesterly flow of air aloft with periodic embedded
weather impulses will combine with a stalled frontal boundary to
produce bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall across the area this
week. At this time, cumulative rainfall totals of four to eight
inches with localized higher amounts are expected across much
Central Alabama by mid week.

A cold front will move through Central Alabama tonight, with
widespread light to moderate rainfall expected. This rain will
further saturate ground conditions. Rain will return to the area
Monday night, as another front pushes into the area and stalls.
The greatest rainfall totals through the end of the week will be
across north Central Alabama with greater than five inches
possible near and north of the I-59 corridor.

With current stream flows near to above normal and moist soil
conditions across the area, many rivers and streams will experience
rises from this rainfall.  At this time, it appears that at least
minor to moderate river flooding is likely to develop by mid-week
and persist into the weekend on some area rivers. The rivers that
are most likely to experience flooding later this week include
the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, Sucarnoochee and Cahaba Rivers.
Depending on where and how much rainfall occurs, other river
basins in Central Alabama could also be affected by flooding later
this week.

In addition to river flooding, areal flooding from prolonged
rainfall or flash flooding from more intense rainfall could also
become a problem later this week as soils become saturated and
periods of rainfall continue.

Interests across Central Alabama are urged to monitor the latest
forecasts and weather developments, and be prepared to take
protective actions if flooding develops.

$$