Thursday Severe Weather Threat

An unusual mix of weather is in store for today starting with dense fog, followed by periods of heavy rain along with some moderate chance for damaging winds following by crashing temperatures and chilling winds (20mph with gusts to low 30’s) through tomorrow. SPC has placed Madison County is in a slight region for severe storms with the greatest threat being damaging winds. A tornado can not be completely ruled out but is less probable. The window for greatest threat of severe weather looks to be 11AM – 4PM. Rain fall additions for the county look to be on the order of 1” but models vary some. The risk of flooding continues along with frozen patches of ice Friday morning. Low temps Fri. morning of mid teens rising to 20 or so for a high. The Madison County EMA Warning Division will be monitoring the weather assessment and will provide updates as necessary.