More Rain


Another round of thunderstorms headed to Alabama tonight. The good news is the much-needed rain continues. The bad news, there is a possibility some of the storms could be severe, but the good news is, most of the worst weather should be south of this area. The next front on Wednesday night and Thursday will bring seriously cold temps, 36 Wednesday night, a high of only 43 Thursday and down to 20 Thursday night.

Thanks to the many people who have called, texted or emailed with some great remarks about the Paradise 92.7 weather coverage last Tuesday night. Most told of their TV being out, their weather radios inoperative and Paradise 92.7 was on the air live to keep everyone informed about the tornados which struck Winston and Marion counties. No one was killed and no serious injuries. Just a reminder, if you do not have a battery-operated radio, may I suggest you get one today. It’s not if you need one, but when.

Last week the Safe Room downtown was filled with over 400 people waiting out both waves of the storm. The other shelters throughout the city were also well utilized. Keep your eye on the weather, and remember when there is a tornado watch for this area, the Safe Room and shelters will be open.