After-school club activities canceled due to bad weather
Published Wednesday, December 14, 2022 at 9:32am
The Escambia County School District, Alabama and the School District, Florida announced today that all after-school activities have been canceled due to the threat of severe weather.
Activities include all kinds of games and exercises.
As of this morning, the area is at increased risk of severe storms today and tonight, according to the National Weather Service.
An isolated severe storm is likely this morning along coastal regions, southeastern Mississippi and southwestern Alabama interior, according to the NWS. Confidence in the development is low, officials said.
But this afternoon, the main storm line will move into the interior of southeastern Mississippi and southwestern Alabama, further increasing the chance of severe weather by mid-to-late afternoon.Choctaw, Wayne and Perry counties could feel the effects of the first storm between 2pm and 4pm
Supercell’s main line travels east across southeastern Mississippi and southwestern Alabama in the late afternoon and early evening, approaching Interstate 65 between 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. A tornado, according to NWS.
The storm column moved east of Interstate 65 late in the evening, impacting the western Florida Panhandle and south central Alabama during this time, with the storm and severe weather threat ending around 2 a.m. increase. this line.