WIREGRASS, Ala. (WDHN) — A squall line is moving across the Southeast from now until tomorrow morning. These storms will be packing a punch as they enter the Wiregrass, but they should weaken slightly while crossing the area.

The main threats for everyone are wind gusts of 60-70 mph, with an increased tornado threat west of Dothan.

Any tornadoes that do develop should be fairly short-lived, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they will be weak.

Flash flooding in the typical flood-prone areas is a possibility.

Expect rain to be very heavy for a short time. Frequent lightning is possible. Damaging hail is unlikely.

The strongest storms will likely enter Coffee County around 2 AM CDT and exit Early County before 9 AM EDT

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