Hazardous Weather Quick Look

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Daily Weather Charts

Severe/Hazardous Weather, Huntsville Office, National Weather Service
Storm Prediction Center, NCEP, NWS

Weather Station at 24 Willow Place: KALDECAT4
Weather Station at Pryor Field, Decatur, AL

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State of Alabama Text Products

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Hazardous Weather Outlook



 Severe Thunderstorm Warning


Severe Weather Statement



Short Term Forecast



 Local Storm Report



 Special Weather Statements




See also:

Graphical Weather Forecast

Daily Weather Charts - Complete

National and Local Radar

Area Forecast Discussion

Day 1 Convective Outlook

Severe/Hazardous Weather, Huntsville Office, National Weather Service

Severe Weather Products from the Huntsville WFO

Storm Prediction Center, National Weather Service: Watches, Mesoscale Discussions, Outlooks, All Products


Reporting Weather

Source: NWS, Huntsville WFO

There are several ways to report hazardous weather conditions such as hail, wind damage, funnel clouds, tornadoes, exceptionally heavy rainfall or flash flooding:

1. Call the Huntsville WFO at 256-890-8503

2. SKYWARN® storm spotters also have an unlisted phone number to the Huntsville WFO.

3. Submit your report online at Submit a Storm Report

4. During and after the event, email reports to SR-HUN.Spotter@noaa.gov

5. Submit an eSpotter Report to NWS, Huntsville WFO
(requires pre-registration and training)


Key Components of a Spotter Report

a. Your name (and whether you are a NWS-trained storm spotter)

b. Your location (including nearest cross streets)

c. Location of hazardous weather

d. Type of hazardous weather

e. Time of hazardous weather

f. Duration of hazardous weather

g. Contact information


Source: "Role of the SKYWARN® Spotter," COMET® Program, National Weather Service
National Weather Service on-line training is available: SKYWARN Spotter Training.
Local WFO offices also conduct training in the communities they serve.
For more information about training in Northern Alabama, see: SKYWARN Storm Spotter Information


NWS Radar Links

Hytop Radar Image for north Alabama, Weather Underground

Decatur-Priceville Close-up Loop: Decatur Radar

NWS Radar Loop from Huntsville, NWS

Hytop (Alabama) | Hytop Radar Loop, National Weather Service

Southeast Sector | Loop

Southern Mississippi Valley Sector | Loop

Upper Mississippi Valley Sector | Loop


For more information, see:

Weather - First Look

Graphical Weather Forecast
(Testing An Updated Design: Graphical Weather Forecast)

Daily Weather Charts

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